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June 05, 2017

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Joanne

Another generic cookie cutter montrousity!
Listen to the rhetoric of council members and vote out the "puppets".

JF

This looks like the Titanic docked in Stow Lake! And the dark shadows it will create will be awful. Burlingame will survive just fine without it.

Joe

Here is the DJ piece on the project meeting this week:

http://www.smdailyjournal.com/articles/lnews/2017-06-07/burlingame-affordable-housing-and-parking-projects-take-shape/1776425181439.html

Bruce Dickinson

Well folks, Bruce Dickinson must laugh at the asinine logic of "hurrying up to build something" that is both not aesthetically pleasing and given market forces, cannot be viable on its own without special financing and city funds.

Sounds like we need a classic bubble-bursting to get everyone on a rational plane again and flush out the nonsense!

Sir Paul

Sadly thru the introduction of autocad software have these monstrous buildings been created.A little different to the days where an architect would sit down with a drafting board an actually put some thought into what their trying to create.visonry,creative orther wise.Sorry folks we are seeing a trend of non sustainable architectural missteps that will leak,cause homeowners financial hardship for years to come.

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