I am not retired — is there common ground on One Paseo?

Finally! In the last Letter to the Editor, The Torrey Pines Community Planning Board suggests that high density areas can support mass transit solutions. That makes a lot of sense to a simple guy like myself.  So the One Paseo project in its current dense form, while not perfect, could someday contribute to the idea of a mass transit hub or system in the area and help get cars off the road. At the end of the day, for me, I can really get into that idea. I can also appreciate a conversation about loading up on density on an empty piece of land that close to a major highway as opposed to building on farmland or undeveloped property in the Eastern side of our County. Growth is going to happen. Could there be common ground here?

Brooks Roffey

Carmel Valley

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