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April 05, 2022


East Side Pride

Thank you for the details....wow! It just keeps getting bigger and bigger (not better and better). Given that all the infrastructure issues you point out are being completely ignored, the impact on current residents is being completely ignored, and the some reasons behind the push for growth are now cloudy (work from home, negative population growth impacts), I am now at a point where I believe the following (my opinion only). First, "Affordable" is not affordable in the true sense. It just sounds nice as a selling point for more projects. Second, The construction/housing industry/unions are VERY influencial in Sacto...to the point where our leaders ignore the other infrastructure issues. Maybe I am the last person to realize this, but here I am. BTW, how about that Velvet Turtle (for us oldtimers) monolith....oh my


“Eichler-esque”? I guess I can see that. You build it a lot taller, like 20 stories. Forget the 1,2 and 3 bedroom units and make them all studios, put some tall electric fences and armed guards around it, and you got yourself a damn fine concentration camp for young techies. - Telework Will Set You Free.

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