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Measure A asks Woodside voters to decide on zoning changes to two parcels in town's center

Original post made on Oct 15, 2021

An initiative to allow for more outdoor community gathering spaces by amending zoning restrictions on some parcels in the Town Center area of Woodside is on the Nov. 2 ballot.

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Posted by Grant H
a resident of Woodside: Woodside Hills
on Oct 15, 2021 at 8:14 am

Grant H is a registered user.

As is the case with most Measures, Propositions and Resolutions, there are positive things mixed in with the negative. In the case of Measure A (a poorly written amendment to the municipal code), there are over a dozen adjacent residential lots to the Town Center which become candidates for commercial expansion. Even though the desire to improve parking at CaƱada Corners might be understandable, this Measure opens the door for further expansion of the commercial district in every direction. READ IT CAREFULLY. It completely unravels Measure J approved by voters in 1988. The Woodside you love today was preserved for us to enjoy over 30 years ago. Measure A is a complete affront to Woodside's General Plan, put forward by out-of-town interests. Vote NO.

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