James LaMattery Meeting Notes: Date: Feb 16th, 2pm Location:City Administration Building 202 “C” Street, 10th Floor San Diego, CA 92101 Attendees: Councilwoman Lorie Zapf (District 2) Michael Prinz- Senior Planner/ Clairemont Community Planner Jeff Murphy- Planning Director Ryan Purdy, Ardian Sevilla, James McQuirk, Kelly Batten (Assistants to Councilwoman Lorie Zapf) Keith Hartz- Chairperson of the
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GOPRO camera view at 60 feet: Corner of Armstrong Nursery and Morena Blvd CLICK ON PICTURE TO VIEW VIDEO As the responses are posted to below questions, a green (ANSWER) link will appear. It will take several days to upload all answers so keep checking back, and remember to refresh your Browser periodically as new
Dec 16 SNADAG UNANIMOUSLY voted in favor of the community’s wishes to drop the eminent domain lawsuit against Protea Properties and let the project proceed. Protea will be working with RTB to gather more public input on what retail businesses the residents would like to see lease space in the retail portion of the development.
THE SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE December 5, 2016 James LaMattery, an area real estate agent who formed a group called “Raise the Balloon” to fight the previous 60-foot-high proposal, said the new plan represents the best form of compromise. “What we found was if the community is listened to, things do change,” LaMattery said. “You can
Raise the Balloon committee members and 930 resident volunteers won the battle over NO 60 ft condos to be built on the site at Clairemont Drive and Morena Blvd! The parcel was scheduled to be seized (eminent domain lawsuit) SANDAG for parking spaces for the new trolley station being built on Morena Blvd. (See Trolley
Thanks to all of you who participated in our Email Petition Campaign to force SANDAG to drop the eminent domain lawsuit against Protea Properties! A “shout out” as well to all who attended the “Choose or Snooze” event on Oct.1, 2016! SANDAG had initiated the lawsuit to seize the lot at 2565 Clairemont Drive to
This Poll was published prior to Protea Properties purchase of the site. We will be publishing other Polls and Surveys regarding what businesses the community would like to see lease space in the project.
Excerpt taken from: “How High is Too High?” by James LaMattery. Read full article here. The 12 owners of an area encompassing approximately 20 Acres are asking the community to allow them to build to 90FT heights. Below are some of the project presentation made by Perry Dealy (Architect hired by owners) for the site at the
GOPRO camera view at 90 feet: Behind Jerome’s Building off Morena Blvd.
Click on the picture to view the video of views that will be impacted by a lifting of our 30FT height limit to allow 60 Ft condominiums to be built at Clairemont Drive and Morena Blvd.