Happy New Year! Join us Tuesday night for the 1st RLN meeting of 2019

We will be holding our regular monthly meeting at the SF Public Library, Plymouth @ Ocean, Tuesday night, January 15th, from 7 – 8:30pm.

AGENDA
1. Welcome
2. Approval Minutes
3. Monthly updates:
– SF Parks Alliance
– DPW
– Contractors
– Grant applications
– Other ongoing issues
– Your concerns
4. Closing

We hope to see you there!

2 responses to “Happy New Year! Join us Tuesday night for the 1st RLN meeting of 2019

  1. Hi Ridge Lane Neighbors, Both Moneka and I are hack, hack, hacking away with an explosive cough/cold and it would be both disruptive and contagious for us to attend tonight’s meeting, so we won’t. There are a few comments I’d like to make concerning the Ridge Lane housing proposal and I’ll comment here: Overall we are supportive of the notion and concept. The City desperately needs housing and this project is a real opportunity. Jerry Culinane says he may need some accommodation from the City (and us) for encroachments on the Ridge Lane right-of-way for ingress/egress associated with some units. While not necessarily opposed, the site plan, particularly the third unit (the one without parking) fronting Ridge Lane llooks like it could be nudged south on the lot to enable the Ridge Lane facing facade to stay within its “lot” without need for encroachment. The same unit shows 1,400sq/ft of dwelling. This seems too large. Perhaps 1,100 sq/ft, or roughly a 2-bdrm unit would be better served here. The more sq/ft at this unit the higher the likelihood for cars ultimately associated with its occupancy. The elevation discrepancy between our survey and Jerry’s survey is approximately 9′ elevation at some spot according to Steve Antonares, the project architect. This discrepancy should be resolved as it may create issues with regard to length of stairways and further need for encroachment. I do not know, but hope it has occurred, that Nahal has forwarded our working plan for Ridge Lane to Jerry and Steve. It is important that our opening expectations for the design of Ridge Lane at this parcel are clear so that both interests, the developer and the City (and us), are clear at the outset. Thanks for considering these comments. -RM

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