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February 27, 2004



The property was misrepresented in the staff report to The City. It is a single family home located in a R1 zone. The report stated that it a single family home, which has been illegally converted to multiple units, with very little onsite parking. This is not true.


I think we have to be vigilant .. .especially as the two houses (which includes the illegally converted one) are owned by the same person. I looked at the lovely green house and thought it was a perfect house until I looked at the dreadful condition of the illegal apartments nextdoor. Wonder when those were built and how did they get away with building such an awful mess? They obviously did not have such an astute planning commision as we do now.


I am opposed to a parking lot, however, I have sentiments with Rosaline...it is not a charming house. It would take a very dedicated family to remodel it, and then live next door to the "dreadful" mess next door. I dare use the name of Otto Miller, but even his property conversions are better than a parking lot or more dreadful illegal conversions.

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