Letter to Editor: More Downtown Development on City Council Agenda but no Word from Everything South City

July 11, 2018
By

South San Francisco, CA   July 11, 2018 by SSF Resident

Have you recently checked project 32B on http://construction.ssf.net/?

Described as “Second phase of Cadence development project, which is currently under construction. Phase 2 consists of a 7 to 8-story building with 195 residential units and amenity uses”  with Status as “Under Review”. It’s another 8-story development at Cypress and Miller but no heads up from Everything South City, why?

Cadence Phase 2 is the subject of tonight’s Closed Session:

Conference with Real Property Negotiators: (Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8)

Properties: 216 Miller Ave (APN 012-314-220)

City Negotiators: Alex Greenwood and Nell Selander

Negotiating Parties: City of South San Francisco, South San Francisco Successor Agency and Sares Regis

Under Negotiations: Price and terms

The attached were included as the documents for the meeting…

(per the attached -11 households offered signatures on the City’s petition ‘YES! We Support Downtown Renovation and Cadence Phase 2)

 

 

 

 

 

Tags: , ,

2 Responses to Letter to Editor: More Downtown Development on City Council Agenda but no Word from Everything South City

  1. Kevin Burke
    July 12, 2018 at 7:42 am

    It’s a really, really bad look to leave these peoples addresses unredacted.

    The housing crisis is affecting a lot of people and it’s distressing you’re dozing people for seeking relief from displacement.

    • Editor
      July 12, 2018 at 12:14 pm

      Hi Kevin,
      Point taken and we have made an edit to block the address, phone # and email from the names on the public information sent to us by a resident of South San Francisco. While our purpose is to share information from neighbor to neighbor as it is given to us, let this be a good reminder for all when they complete public documents to realize they are indeed just that – public – and in the case available on the City website.
      *Further please note, Everything South City does not share, sell or distribute our email list or personal information regarding our readers and we work to preserve anonymity to those who request it.
      Thank you.
      -ED

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *