Dear Robert Zadnik and Irene Borba,
No Belvedere homeowner is safe!
If the developers for the proposed Mallard Pointe project are given the green light to build a 23-unit apartment building in the R-2 zone, no Belvedere homeowner is safe from a similarly massive structure sprouting up next door.
Why has no one ever asked to erect an apartment building in R-2 before? And why has no one requested to build one in the R-15 zone or one of the R-1 zones in the city – all of which, like R2 prohibit apartment buildings? The answer is simple: Most people feel obligated to follow the rules that clearly state apartment buildings and apartment courts are only allowed in areas zoned R-3 or R-3C.
As a member of BRIG and a Belvedere resident since 1984, I urge you to follow the law and reject the Mallard Pointe project.
23 Peninsula Road
Belvedere, CA 94920
cc: Members of Belvedere City Council
Members of Belvedere Planning Commission
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