Good news for Pleasanton's low-income seniors
Original post made on Nov 1, 2013
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on Nov 1, 2013 at 1:35 pm
This is why I moved to Pleasanton in 1987 from Fremont. The city takes care of it's seniors. Although I am considered a senior now at 66 I still consider myself young. I have a step father in the Parkview (assited living) for the past 6+ years that just turned 100 and my new mother in law just moved to Ridge View Commons (low income independent living) last June (88 years old). I know that these two facilities are on Pleasanton land. Both are very happy in their facilities and are very convient for us to see them frequently. Good job Pleasanton!
on Nov 1, 2013 at 10:27 pm
Kottinger Place - Pleasanton Gardens = Kottinger Gardens,
Hi, I my be interested in moving into a one bedroom if available. How long they think the renovations will take and when will you be giving out application.
I am a low-income senior on a very tight budget and wondering what anticipated rents will be and when will applications.
Audrey lubow altyz@aok,com
on Nov 6, 2013 at 6:58 pm
Sixty Million? To build 185 Senior units? And more than $50,000,000 is coming from a private developer? And these are to remain "affordable" units for Seniors? I'm not sure that math makes sense...