Right! so a bunch of nobodies basically and from what NParker said not eveng elected by the residents of the neighbourhood. I say they should be ignored. It would be the same as a everyone here starting the VV Neighbourhood Association. 6 storey for this site REJECTED, can I get a seconder?
Yes I'm kinda half serious, half joking. If the NPNA came out of nowhere unelected then the VVNA should be able to also to put recommendations forward
There are no legal requirements for an owner of the property to meet with a tenant about plans for after their lease expires. Say the lease expires July 31, 2019 then the demo crew can arrive August 1st
I agree, there are no strict legal requirements for this to happen (landlord/tenant discussion), but District has opted to meet with Wellburn’s and Welburn’s Sublease tenant (Rolf’s Cook Street Barber).
In terms of the CALUC meetings: anyone can actually attend these as they are open to the general public. Usually they solicit feedback from those in attendance via requests for comments, straw polls, etc. The feedback from all in attendance is summed up in a letter to the city that becomes part of the application process.