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News - July 24, 2019

Westridge keeping wary eye on new PV development rules

by Rick Radin

Portola Valley's Westridge community is expressing concerns about how the city's efforts to create more housing opportunities may be coming into conflict with its neighborhood development rules.

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Posted by Westridge
a resident of Portola Valley: Westridge
on Jul 24, 2019 at 7:40 pm

I find it rich that Dave Strohm piously demands transparency from a town council that has held multiple open meetings and community gatherings...yet decided to hire an attorney and pitch WASC in opposition to the affordable housing program without ANY notification or consent from HIS constituents.

Portola Valley citizens for affordable housing, please know that Dave Strohm DOESN'T represent the opinion of all Westridge residents. Just the "people he's talk to"...though I guess that's all he needs. I also find it super tacky invoking Bill Lane at the meeting. Can your arguments stand on their own merits? Or better yet, why not poll your residents to see if they're as hostile to the town affordable housing plans as you are.

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