In December the PB Co. filed revised plans expanding the proposed low-income apartment project in the Del Monte Forest to include 67 parking spaces up from 53 in the earlier draft.The initial draft drew fire from the Housing Advisory Committee … Continue reading
On Wednesday January 8, 2014, the Monterey County Housing Advisory Committee echoed opponents concerns when it included a recommendation for additional parking in its approval of the Pebble Beach Company inclusionary apartments.
- Alternative: The Old Capitol Site
- FEATURED COMMENTARY: Nonsensical to pit housing project against forest
- MYTH: All Pebble Beach Co. properties sparkle. . .
- Sensitive VS Degraded Habitat – A legal fiction
- Water Rationing & the Pebble Beach Lots
- Pedestrian Safety Hazard in PB
- PB Co.argues AGAINST on-site inclusionary housing
- PB Co. argues FOR on-site inclusionary housing
- Public misled about the scope of residential development in the Del Monte Forest
- Forest & neighbors lose out in Dave Potter’s horse-trading
- The Dave Potter Connection
- A vibrant functioning wildland
- PB Co. on greenwashing campaign
- “Environmentalists back P.B. workforce housing plan”? Not so fast!
- Thumbs down from environmentalist
- KION TV: There is more to the story
- Fred Hernandez on destroying a forest
- Civility & openness from P.G. Council
- Success at October 16 P.G. City Council meeting!
- Public Input Abridged – LUAC Wants “Out”
- Area D Omitted From EIR
- Public Misled – In Depth
- Don’t Miss Our Research and Links Pages!
- What’s the Deal?
- It’s Too Small AND Too big
- Why this forest is special . . . (and the real reason the Corporate Yard is inappropriate)