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@Tom -

the corner stores, the ADU's, and the parking minimums for small buildings really don't seem like they would benefit large developers - and the need to go through a waiver process with an exchange for a proffer, seems like it would be particularly a hardship for small property owners (and a much easier process for large developers).

That leaves the parking minimums for large buildings - if the waiver process were smooth, and only involved suitable proffers that might be workeable.

by AWalkerInTheCity on Jan 3, 2013 12:16 pm • linkreport

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