I yield my time to the man who wants to give us a history lesson of how he moved into this neighborhood when it was built back in 1979 and a list of the promises made at that time.
College towns are a beyotch! Everyone with a degree in, well, whatever, knows more than you do. I truly feel sorry for Dan or anyone else who works in a place like Davis, CA or Cambridge, MATherefore, I yield my remaining time to this guy with a PhD in English Lit. to school you 30 year current planning vet on "How to Apply the Zoning Code".
Hello-conflict of interest anyone? We have our PC members sit out in the hall after they announce they have a conflict of interest. I hammer conflict of interest to my PC member especially during orientation. That will get a case overturned.Oh we had a big big blowup after one of these.
You know, she's got a point.I yield my remaining 2 minutes to Sheila who feels the 12 dwellings planned for this side of the site are going to appreciably increase the impact of the existing traffic volumes and noise on the State highway on which her property fronts.
TRUEI yield my time to the person who will now use the "public comment for items not on the agenda" item on the agenda to make a lengthy public comment. About an item. That is on the agenda.
'Totally bogus' is the phrase you seek.You assume I'm not Ted?
Most not excellent of you.