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Your help is needed in sending a message to the Hearing Officer at the Public Hearing scheduled for June 26, 2008 at the John Olguin Auditorium of the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium.
(John Olguin was one of the first signers of the R1 petition calling for the Ponte Vista at San Pedro project to be developed under the existing R1-1XL and OS1-1XL zoning that is currently the legal zoning on the 61.53 acre area in northwest San Pedro.)
The yellow card above is a consolidated image of both sides of one card. You are most welcome and download the card, sign it including your address and Email, and send it in to the Hearing Officer.
Some members of the Rudderless Steering Committee talked to folks entering and leaving Albertson's on Western. When all was said and done, 222 fine individuals provided their signatures and addresses to the card that will eventually wind up with the Hearing Officer.
You also may find a individual in your neighborhood providing information to residents concerning the upcoming Public Hearing. You will also have the opportunity to sign a card similar to the one pictured above. You will save postage if you sign the card when it is offered to you and it will be turned in to the Hearing Officer either at the Public Hearing or before it happens.
Please remember, not one single member of R Neighborhoods Are 1 have ever collected one penny for gathering information, signatures, and providing information to OUR community.
On the other hand, every single piece of paper with any one's name, address, and/or signature demonstrating any type of support for Bob's plans for Ponte Vista, whether they truly support Bob's plans or not, was touched by at least one individual who received pay to, at least, handle the cards, petitions, or other paperwork eluding to support for Bob's plans for Ponte Vista.
When you come to the Public Hearing, please look for folks handing out the newest, free R1 button so you can demonstrate to others your desire to support YOUR community by demanding that the site remain with its current zoning.