Calgrove Corridor Coalition

 

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Natalie Tamsut said:   May 27, 2008 9:50 am PST
This project must be reducd to at least 75% of the current pojected size to be barely exceptable. It is too dense, it will bring in too many people, cars , traffic, and crime to a sleepy quite part of town. Santa Clarita became synomous with a peaceful, tranquil place to raise a good family. Not a crowded, and jammed packed filled with commrical buildings and San fernando Valley like place like many other subrubs around Southern California. We should cheerish our 1950's qualities and hold on tight to them and Santa Clarita will continue to be a wonderful plce to live in for years to come.

Paul Larsen said:   May 27, 2008 9:28 am PST
Enough is enough. Stop the growth now! Our roads are already packed. City Council, if this goes in you go out!

Jerry and Sherry Roberts said:   May 27, 2008 8:56 am PST
One word on the Calgrove onramps and offramps. There are collisions of all kinds on the freeway almost weekly. I am sure the CHP and or CALTRANS has all the stats to show the dangers are with Calgrove and the freeway, don't add to that.

SCOTT D WILLENS said:   May 27, 2008 8:52 am PST
To our city council: Any approval to this horrible plan will result in you tenure as a city council member to cease. We do not need any more hotels, restaurants, and housing in our area. A number of concerned citizens mentioned at a city council meeting recently, that the City of Santa Clarita try to purchase the property from the developer to develope a park. Our city manager later in the meeting indicated that no one would want our children to be exposed to that pollution. I guess it is OK for people to live in new housing next to the freeway. Where is the logic?...or is he only care about the developer.

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