BrianC

The setbacks in the revised version seem like common sense as a minimum setback from streams. There have to. becommon standards to aid in the necessary public hearing process for more development of the valley hills, and near streams. Just because someone owns property, should not mean th…

The hope of only 30 jobs (no guarantee Valejo folks will get all of them) is not worth all of the risks this plant and all of the necessary transportation pollution will bring. ABAG should have long ago aided in redeveloping and revitalizing Vallejo. It's location is ideal, and should be c…

There ought to be a way to allow a limited use permit for this 6.5 acre site to ensure that the neighborhood character and rural character we all appreciate about Brown's Valley can coexist. He is near the county line and not in the middle of a housing development. If he sold the property …

Interesting that American Canyon principals don'want to live with temporary classrooms. Napa High school has had temporary classrooms since well before 1982 without permanent structures ever being added to finish the 1973 constrruction. Other schools like Brown's Valley have lived with the…

I believe in supporting public education through taxes so all Californians have access to education (and all Californians share in paying for it). Looking at my property tax bill from Napa City though, there is currently a NV College bond (2002), and Napa Valley Unified School District bond…

The city needs to also rethink its requirements for on-site parking at future complex proposals. As has become the case on Brown's Valley Road, actual occupancy levels far exceed what the city thinks or plans for in these units. This creates a need for the overflow of parking into the surr…

What highway 29 needs are underpasses to move local traffic under the highway, creating a freeway, not a 6 lane highway with multiple stop lights.

You're wrong, San Francisco is probably the most regulated and restricted, unfriendly place to do business in California...not Napa. Are you expecting subsidies? It's not as if the wineries bring volumes of middle class jobs to the valley.

....and meanwhile, this tourist-dependent count has no funds to clean up the increasing litter along its beautiful country roads, but enough staff to approve more tasting rooms, vinyards (with no additional water resources), and time to punish long term businesses with no direct winery link…

Unfortunately, because of the Bay Area government a certain amount of growth has to occur or the county looses vital road funds. Unless that changes, growth must occur. Not saying I agree with the look of the project, or the hotel piece, but it seems better to add housing units in infill l…

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