Both Friends of Crown Beach and the Sierra Club “strongly disagree” with the federal government’s plans.
According to a letter obtained Monday by The Alamedan, the federal government plans to sue the state of California to reclaim ownership of MacKay Avenue, the street that Roseville home builder Tim Lewis Communities needs to rekindle its Neptune Pointe home building plans. Lewis is in the process of purchasing federal property along McKay.
The city’s Community Development and Public Works departments will join East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD) to host a meeting to discuss potential changes to the city’s private sewer lateral ordinance.
This ordinance identifies a property owner’s responsibilities for sewer lateral testing, repair, and replacement, especially at the point of a sale or transfer.
Harbor Bay Isle Associates (HBIA) president C. Timothy Hoppen has confirmed that HBIA has asked the city to pause its controversial application to build 80 luxury homes where the Harbor Bay Club now stands on Packet Landing Road. "We just said, ‘That’s enough,’" Hoppen said Monday. "We never intended to get into a fight with the community. That was never our goal."
At Monday evening’s Planning Board meeting, Roseville, Calif. homebuilder Tim Lewis Communities unveiled plans to build up to 414 lofts, townhomes and flats and 25,000 square feet of shops and restaurants in and around the old Del Monte warehouse at the corner of Buena Vista Avenue and Sherman Street.
Research this past week into the Tidelands property at Encinal Terminals revealed that the contract that sealed the "swap" 14 years ago involved not just the 6.34 acres that the Alameda Sun reported (AUSD, City’s New Land Swap Deal," March 6) but an adjacent 10.65-acre parcel. This means that the city is receiving 17.05 acres for $750,000.