NC Media Watch

A quest for reason and accuracy in letters to the editor, guest editorials and other issues of interest to the citizens of Western Nevada County.

Saturday, July 30, 2005

Large scary number update

As I wrote (here,) the SDAs will be incrementally developed. CCAT disputed that claim (here.) Now Gerard Tassone, Grass Valley Mayor in his on words, from an Other Voices, Special Development Areas and how to get involved, July 30, 2005
The city's General Plan encourages the SDAs to plan for a diversity of land uses and housing types with a development style that is compatible with Grass Valley. It also stipulates that these four SDAs will be annexed and incrementally developed by 2020 and not developed all at once.

Grass Valley is not going to be flooded by traffic congestion as claimed by CCAT, it will happen over 20 plus years. They are just no-growters who are using large numbers to scare people over future planned development.

Full Other Voices (here.)

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