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Pam Bell July 21, 2014 at 08:14 PM
Ooops! This class is on Saturday, August 9th. Not August 20th which is a Wednesday…..that'sRead Morea different class. :-)
Judd Ames July 23, 2014 at 01:23 PM
Not true regarding the RP station location, Ernest. Its foundation was poured months ago, behindRead Moreand adjacent to the former State Farm property.
Ernest Giono July 23, 2014 at 01:36 PM
What has that got to do with the trees on the State Farm property? They are not near the depot. IRead Moredo n't understand.
Judd Ames July 25, 2014 at 03:30 AM
Ernest, the following linked aerial image shows the entire 30-acre area reportedly purchased fromRead MoreSt ate Farm by SunCal, “developers of master-planned communities,” for creation of a “transit-based community.” As seen in the aerial, the easternmost tree-lined boundary of the site is where the transit station is being constructed. Regarding trees on the site, there are no ancient oaks or other old growth. From landscape-like symmetry seen in the aerial view, apparently the trees that are there now were planted decades ago, when the former treeless seed farm area was transformed into a landscaped corporate headquarters. Per Rohnert Park officialdom, transit community development on the site is a “key component” within its proposed 280-acre Central Rohnert Park Priority Development Area. So, like it or not, removal of some dense-growth trees will likely happen, especially along the easternmost boundary, to provide greater access from the eventual transit community to the transit station. http://tinyurl.com/lp34mvw
Tim Gega June 25, 2014 at 09:40 AM
Great story, well written too, but will this ever happen or is it just projecting false hope forRead MoreCal ifornians? Will this idea produce nothing more than a new power base with new players getting corrupt in 10 or 20 years too? It reminds me of the proposed Flat Tax of the 1980s. Where did that go? Didn't it later add 40,000 pages to the current Tax Code we have today?
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