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$25 million in city reserves flushed down the drain

Original post made by Care to place bets?, Pleasanton Valley, on Apr 16, 2013

So let me understand. The city staff wants to declare Lund Ranch II exempt from Measure PP and allow them to build far more than 10 housing units because streets don't count.

How fast do you think it will take the Lins to file another lawsuit against the City of Pleasanton? I'll bet by the end of the week. The latest, Monday.

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Posted by Fact Checker
a resident of Downtown
on Apr 22, 2013 at 10:08 am

Lund Ranch II is not exempt from Measure PP. All of the proposed housing units (50) are within the guidelines of PP, no building on slopes of 25% and no houses on ridges.

Lund Ranch II is owned by Greenbriar, not the Lins.

Moreover, the Lund Ranch II application submitted does not have a road included that would violate the 25% slope rule. Their application has one road in to the property which is also the current entrance to the property on Lund Ranch Road.

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