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SmartGrowthRVA
SmartGrowthRVA
6 years ago

RT @chpn: Community meeting on Pear Street set for September http://t.co/j83a1oLPe9

ray
ray
6 years ago

What’s the purpose of this “Special Community Meeting”?

I really would like to see an agenda and who is going to be there.

RVAHokie07
RVAHokie07
6 years ago

@chpn that photo looks hideous.

Aud
Aud
6 years ago

“We’ll see.”

laura
laura
6 years ago

The building looks like a tenament in the Bronx….UGLY!!!!

bozatwork
bozatwork
6 years ago

Oh yeah, that building just fits right in! Totally natural choice.

JJ
JJ
6 years ago

All in the name of “progess” and making money for others – at the expense of the long term good of whole community. I cannot believe any reasonable/rational being would be for such a horrible thing.

FormerLibbyHillResident
FormerLibbyHillResident
6 years ago

But hey, those weeds in the foreground look awesome. A little Miracle Grow and the tower will disappear from view.

KatManDo
KatManDo
6 years ago

Hey, take it easy on the Bronx, Laura. The color scheme is completely wrong.

East Grace
East Grace
6 years ago

It could be the most beautiful of buildings and it wouldn’t matter. What it would block would always be better.

jean mcdaniel
jean mcdaniel
6 years ago

Hopefully this “special community meeting” will give the neighborhood an opportunity to voice their opinion!

You have no right to complain about Ms. Newbille not listening to the people in her district if you don’t show up and make yourself heard!

Jimmy
Jimmy
6 years ago

I am so sick of hearing about the “pear street” and “the view”. If anything I think they are going to build this thing faster just to hear you all shut up. 1. No matter how many people come out and “voice” there opinion, it is not going to matter on the outcome. 2. The decision has already been made by the governing officials. 3. What is next? we cut down the trees because in the spring the trees ruin the view of the river? 4. look at the horribly modern building still being built at cedar/Union Hill, if that… Read more »

jean mcdaniel
jean mcdaniel
6 years ago

Jimmy, I can’t say I disagree with you on most of what you say. The intelligent approach would be to purchase the land and place it in a trust forever eliminating the threat of any building at all. When this project was first presented to the Church Hill Association over a year ago, the chairman of the zoning committee helped make the presentation. He filibustered so no body got a chance to speak. It was stated by him that “this was a done deal”, and it is “better than some of the alternatives”. He is still chairman of the CHA… Read more »

Aud
Aud
6 years ago

Jimmy, the building won’t be built. If the decision was “already made,” we’d be looking at construction by now.

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