Elaine J



June, 2022

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Commented on 440 Arden Way 8 months, 3 weeks ago
We are waiting for a larger scale traffic report which we have not received one. There are many planned projects which will hugely impact the neighborhood negatively and you have not addressed to the Tax Payers of this Community. You should address the Community first as we are the people who pay for these projects.
Commented on 440 Arden Way 8 months, 3 weeks ago
Coffee shop / Restaurant
Commented on 440 Arden Way 8 months, 3 weeks ago
The design looks institutional. People have commented from the Community on this and we have heard nothing from Bridge on changes you could make. There are large areas of mass blocking that are very institutional looking. Please change this for everyone. It does not fit the neighborhood. Also there has been no comment from Bridge on this and the Community deserves more from you.
Followed 440 Arden Way 9 months ago
Commented on 440 Arden Way 9 months ago
I saw the design plans. They look very institutional. Can you come up with a design that fits the neighborhood or at least is more pleasing. It looks like a Prison and I don't think that is what you are going for. Please do something about this. Thousands of cars pass by there daily. We want it to be pleasing to everyone.
Also where is the Traffic study. This needs to be addressed ASAP.
Commented on 440 Arden Way 11 months, 1 week ago
Woodlake does not have enough park space as it is. You need to provide green space for this project and not use the Park as your backyard. You are not providing any funds for Park Space, instead your taking away from the already small park space for the Community.

Also it is not required to have parking but every area of Sacramento has vehicles even downtown. Your tenants mostly will to and you will be taking everyone in the area’s parking space at the park. Yes your tenants and visitors will take up all parking in the area.

This area has very few sidewalks. Do you realize how dangerous it is for all the tenants too?
Canterbury has no sidewalks. What neighborhood builds so many multi-family projects that endanger the lives of the people that live there. How dangerous will it be with all the increased tenants sharing the roadway-pedestrians, bikes, and vehicles. This does’nt include the lack of lighting. It is wreckless for these projects to be approved with no plan to address the dangerous conditions.
The City is spending millions around Sacramento for Pedestrian Safety and in this neighborhood it is going in the opposite direction. Making it more dangerous to all is shocking and quite frankly a case can be made for all who participate in these projects to be liable for any injuries or death do to the dangerous street conditions here.

This project should be reduced in size and all the for-mentioned should be addressed.