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Posted on December 21 at 11:59 a.m.
For the record, the plan was actually spearheaded by Stephen Hawkins, who has worked on this plan for the past 4 years. He brought Kim Kimball early into this, and Theimer just in the last year. However, Theimer is primarily the spokesman for the team.
With that being said. I think the owner got fed up with the opposition and trouble caused from NIMBY Valerie Olson. Now we face the unknown with the Saudi's. They could decide to use the already approved 70-home high-density plan which would not be good for Santa Barbara period, but good for their wallets. Or maybe they will contract "Theimer's group" and proceed with the conservative development plan. God only knows.
On More Mesa Sold to Saudi
Posted on July 10 at 1:17 p.m.
I do think the solution they are proposing sounds great. I mean it is privately owned property and not a national park for goodness sakes. I’m a big one for preserving open space and parks, but you have to look to the overall good and I think their plan sounds like a nice balance and good for the community.
On Build to Save More Mesa?