Sign Petition

I support the proposed development at 2700 San Pablo

29 Signatures Goal: 100

Please sign this petition by noon on Tuesday March 8th. My company (Curtis + Partners) is proposing to develop a 34 unit building on a property at 2700 San Pablo (at Carleton) that has been vacant and blighted for nearly 20 years. There is a small group of people (3) who filed an appeal to the City Council and have gotten 72 other people to sign a petition asking the City Council to hold a full hearing on the project. The tactic here is simply to delay the project in an effort to force my company to relent to the unreasonable demands of one neighbor. The appeal has already delayed the project for two months and, if not quashed by the City Council, will prevent me from purchasing the property by the deadline of March 17 set in the purchase agreement. The appeal is being considered at the March 8th City Council meeting. Please help to stop a few people from further abusing the process.

Sponsor

Charmaine Curtis is an African-American developer and one of the very few in the entire United States. She is an experienced and responsible developer who targets transitional neighborhoods in urban areas in which to build entry-level priced housing of exceptional design.

Comment

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Signatures

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    Ruth Rubalcava United States
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    Lisa Hamburger United States
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    Alicia Wilson United States
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    Susan Friedland United States
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    William Levinthal United States
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    Lisa Carey United States
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    Deborah Drickersen Cortez United States
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    Chris Duncan United States
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    Judith Bell United States
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    Greenberg Jim United States
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    Russell Kilday-Hicks United States
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    Paul Leonard United States
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    Frank Daar United States
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    Donna Graves United States
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    Deborah Gray United States
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