Lana M



April, 2022

Recent Activity

Commented on 440 Arden Way 11 months, 1 week ago
I think pets are too important in people’s lives to exclude them from any “affordable” housing. Veterinary service should be provided and all pets should be spayed or neutered plus vaccinated prior to admission.
Supported a comment by Dave C on 440 Arden Way 11 months, 3 weeks ago
Dave C
At five stories tall on a little more than an acre of land this project is to big. With a planned 220 bedrooms that could mean 660 occupants by current maximum occupancy standards. To think that at least half of these occupants won't want to own a car is crazy. Thats 330 new cars to the neighborhood that simply can't handle that influx. You need to rethink the scale of this project to realistically fit in this physical space. It should be no more than two stories in height to fit in with the surrounding neighborhood aesthetics and should cater to elderly and disabled housing recipients with associated services for that demographic. The parking, traffic and safety concerns related to the size of your project are too great to sweep under the rug.
Supported a comment by Pat SH on 440 Arden Way 11 months, 4 weeks ago
Pat SH
Keeping within 2 stories. You can make the decision according to GSD.
Supported a comment by Karen S on 440 Arden Way 1 year, 4 months ago
Karen S
What are you talking about? A better place for this monstrosity would be the 30 acre site in Folsom owned by the state. Lots of room, near transit, and GOOD schools. Go ahead, try putting it there, I dare you.
Supported a comment by Stuart Gow on 440 Arden Way 1 year, 4 months ago
Stuart Gow
This tiny courtyard is for 500 or 600 people? Bridge you aren’t fooling anyone
Supported a comment by Pat SH on 440 Arden Way 1 year, 4 months ago
Pat SH
Five stories is inappropriate for this location. It is in a park. It is adjacent to the Police and Sheriff Memorial. Woodlake has more than its fair share of low income housing with CHW on east, Volunteers of America on Del Paso Blvd, vouchers at Surestay on the South, and low income housing on Lochbrae.