If many people show-up and speak about Milk Pail maybe G&G will reconsider and let them use shared parking?
405 San Antonio Road, Mike Grehl for Merlone Geier Management, LLC,
050-12-PPA; APN: 148-22-002, 148-22-003, 148-22-004, and 148-22-008
Request for a Planned Community Permit to allow a mixed-use development,
consisting of 121,000 square feet of commercial, retail, and restaurant; a 70,000
square foot cinema; 397,000 square feet of office; and a 167-room hotel on a
9.9-acre project site, located in the San Antonio Shopping Center bounded by
El Camino Real, San Antonio Road, California Street, and Showers Drive in
the P-9 (San Antonio Center) Precise Plan.
On Tuesday, March 4, 2014 at 7:30 P.M., or as soon thereafter as possible, in the Council Chambers, Second Floor, City Hall, the Mountain View City Council will hold a study session regarding Merlone Geier Phase II.
Please consider attending and also writing to the City Council (firstname.lastname@example.org) to reiterate your support for Shared Parking throughout the San Antonio Center (including the Milk Pail Market).
Also, since the main topic of discussion will be "Place Making" (and a jumbotron?) , consider attending to remind the Mountain View City Council that the Milk Pail Market has been a proven and outstanding community "Place Maker" for the past 40 years.
Mountain View City Council
Do not approve Merlone Geier's Phase II Project without a feasible shared parking policy in place for the Milk Pail.
Any development in this area should stay true to the General Plan. A regional center should have efficiently shared parking among its tenants. We therefore urge the Mountain View City Council to impose a continuation of the existing shared parking policy with the Milk Pail as a condition for approval of the Merlone-Geier Phase II Project.