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News - May 21, 2010

Council supports three-story condos at 333 Rengstorff

by Daniel DeBolt

The City Council gave thumbs up to a high-density condo project last week after a developer spent years improving on a previously rejected proposal for condos on the Rengstorff Avenue site.

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Comments

Posted by Pissed off citizen, a resident of Jackson Park
on May 25, 2010 at 9:27 am

"Reducing the density of it would make the project financially unfeasible...."


I'm really tired of that excuse. It's been beaten to death.

Developers, if you can't re-build or develop in Mountain View anymore without creating monstrosities, then DON'T BUILD HERE! Go away and find some location where it IS acceptable. Don't try to turn M.V. into S.J.

Long-time Mtn. View citizens don't want to sacrifice our cozy, small-town atmosphere to high-rise boxes. What happen to priorities? Since when did developer's profits take priority over all else?





Posted by bill, a resident of Whisman Station
on May 26, 2010 at 6:36 am

Vote them out, macias and co...build build build, that's all they want to do...it's beyond a joke now!!


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