Belvedere Should Reject Mallard Pointe, Work on Subsidies for a Better Plan
Read Linda Bine’s Letter to the Editor suggesting that with subsidies a nonprofit developer could replace the current 22 market rate duplexes on Mallard Road—not with four skimpy affordable units in a 23-unit apartment building, but with 48 affordable duplex units by using a plan such as the one submitted to the City by BRIG.Read More
Why Is the Mallard Pointe Developer Seeking to Build an Apartment House on Mallard Road in Contravention of the City's R-2's Zoning Requirements?
Read David Parquet’s Letter to the Editor exhorting the developer to follow the rules and build only duplexes on Mallard Road. Apartment houses belong in areas zoned R-3 and R-3C, not R-2.Read More
The Mallard Point Developer Fails to Provide Affordable Housing Units and Related Information Required By City
Read Carol Hannon’s Letter to the Editor wondering why the developer failed to offer a fifth affordable unit and to provide complete income data for existing residents of Mallard Road.Read More
Belvedere Can and Should Do Better Than Mallard Pointe
Read Kathy Niggeman’s Letter to the Editor speaking out against Mallard Pointe and pointing out that the project would include an apartment house even though Belvedere zoning flatly prohibits it.Read More