DO NOT REZONE LINNINGTON!! LEAVE IT AS IT IS!

DO NOT REZONE LINNINGTON!! LEAVE IT AS IT IS!

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Ross Misher started this petition to City Planner Naomi Guth and

We live on a quaint, neighborhood street where our neighbors all know each other, help each other, throw block parties and look out for each other.  We walk our dogs, play in the street, and care about each other.  We are a street that is exactly like all other streets in the Westwood neighborhood that is totally self contained with no major streets visible.  This proposition would take our neighborhood street and turn it into duplexes and 4 unit apartments that is similar to what is done on major streets like Beverly Glen.  This would have a huge impact on the value of our homes and change the entire nature of our neighborhood.

More important than even our home values is the increased traffic.  This will lead to huge parking issues (there is already a lack of parking on the street due to no permits) and more dangerous accidents because we have a winding street, a HUGE blind spot, and by adding tons of residents and cars, this blind spot will create more accidents.  Someone WILL get killed.  The winding, tight street with more cars and no parking will be a nightmare.  In addition, the views on the west side of the street will be blocked by high, 4 story buildings blocking our views and further decreasing the value of our homes.  The only people this benefits is developers. The rents in this neighborhood will not further the goal of more affordable housing but many negative impacts to the current residents.

There is no reason that this street, which is a contained small neighborhood street should be chosen for this change that will result in such a negative impact.

We STRONGLY urge the city to LEAVE LINNINGTON AS IT IS and drop Linnington from your upzoning plan.  Protect our neighborhood community, the safety of our residents and our home values. 

 

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