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Julie Magagnini

Jun 18, 2016, 7:28:42 PM6/18/16
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From: Resist Density <resist...@gmail.com>
Date: June 18, 2016 at 12:41:00 PM PDT
To: Julie Magagnini <juliem...@yahoo.com>
Subject: Resist Density on the Coast
Reply-To: <resist...@gmail.com>

Hi there!

Just wanted to provide a Resist Density update on the MidPen Moss Beach project. In May, MidPen had said they would be hosting their next open house at the end of June/early July. No firm dates and times have been announced to the community at this time so it seems either their timeframe has changed or they are waiting until the last minute to announce their open house date. We will send an email when we know more, however, here's how you can remain involved with Resist Density:
1. Take a WWII historic walk of Moss Beach property - this Sunday at 2pm

We are offering 1 more walk on Sunday, 6/19 at 2pm! JQ Oeswein has done extensive research, and this walk and talk with JQ looks at the history of the parcel. During World War II, it was a top-secret Navy military training ground and some 320,000 men trained for combat there over the course of 3 years. We will meet in the dirt lot at the corner of Buena Vista St. and Lincoln St. in Moss Beach at 1:45. The tour will take about 1 hour. 
2. Oppose the Governor’s By Right Proposal

In an effort to streamline development of affordable housing, Governor Brown is proposing to remove community input and environmental review processes from the planning and development processes!

Politicians have reached a budget agreement that would allocate one-time, $400 million for affordable housing in exchange for approval of the Governor’s By-Right Proposal. The “by right” concept excludes public transparency, community input and environmental protections statewide for a one-time swap for $400 million for affordable housing.

This is concerning for Resist Density because the infrastructure, service and environmental impacts of new development have not been thoroughly considered for the Moss Beach development.

Here are 2 good articles about this issue:

LA Times Editorial  
Daily Journal

Urge our representatives to oppose the Governor's By Right Proposal:
Kevin Mullin, State Assembly
Jerry Hill, State Senate

Here is a sample email:
I oppose the Govenor's By Right proposal, which removes virtually every opportunity for the public to know about the environmental impacts of development projects in their neighborhoods. Community input and environmental review processes should not be removed from planning and development processes! Please take action to stop this attack on CEQA and the Coastal Act!

3. Spread Awareness of the MIdPen project!
Send us a email at resist...@gmail.com with your street address and we will drop off a lawn sign.
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