One Paseo good only for One Paseo residents

Will One Paseo help build a sense of community in Carmel Valley? Yes, it will, as Joseph Rietman wrote in the May 2 issue, but only for One Paseo’s residents. They will be able to enjoy the Main Street, shops, open spaces, theaters, convenient freeway access, etc. because they won’t have to fight the vehicle traffic around One Paseo to get in and out, search for parking in a multilevel public parking structure, push shopping carts into a parking structure, cross wide busy streets to walk there, etc. One Paseo will make it a delight to go to the smaller neighborhood shopping centers with open, street-level parking.

Ted Parker

Carmel Valley

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