• Petitioning Fremont, CA City Council

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Fremont, CA City Council

Stop Ohlone from building Apartments near Mission Blvd.

    1. Petition by

      Div Harish

      Fremont, CA

Prevent further overcrowding of our schools

Worsen traffic congestion on Mission Blvd.

Conserve nature, preserve mature trees and open look of historic Mission area

To:
Fremont, CA City Council
Stop Ohlone from building Apartments near Mission Blvd.

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    • crystal bernal obot FREMONT, CA
      • about 12 hours ago

      Traffic is uncontrollable and needs to seriously be addressed. we do not need additional 300+homeowners. STRONGLY AGAINST

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    • Mike Chen FREMONT, CA
      • about 14 hours ago

      This apartment will destroy historic view of mission blvd.

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    • Victor Lam FREMONT, CA
      • about 15 hours ago

      Overcrowding and traffic congestion.

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    • Manuraj Rajasekharan FREMONT, CA
      • 3 days ago

      I live in washington street . It is sad that such a huge complex si coming without enough planning. Schools are overcrowded already.Grade 1and Grade 2 are combined etc in some of these schools not to talk about lot of other issues.Quality of schools although touted as Top schools are decreasing already. Traffic during evening forces us to spend nearly 30 minutes just to cover the 1 mile of mission.City council should take note of these and take action on road as well as schools.

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    • rose hakimi FREMONT, CA
      • 11 days ago

      Please vote for Joe Longsdale as Ohlone College, Board of Trustees to stop this project of building 315 units of apartments near Mission Blvd. Joe can voice for us, when no any existing trustee member is caring about well beings of Fremont residents. Thanks,

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