3 responses to “Supportive housing for homeless too big and wrong for this neighborhood”

  1. FORMER FIPNA PRESIDENT

    AS I SAID IN MY PREVIOUS POST, IF CANNON HEIGHTS AND OTHER BUILDERS WERE UNABLE TO BUILD ON THIS TOTALLY UNSUITABLE,NON-BUILDABLE SITE, HOW IS URBAN PATHWAYS GOING TO RESOLVE THE MANY INSURMOUNTABLE PROBLEMS???? 3469 CANNON PLACE IS NOT A SUITABLE SITE….PERIOD….THIS IS A VIABLE COMMUNITY THAT HAS SUSTAINED ITSELF THROUGHOUT THE YEARS, BY THE CONTINUALLY HARD FOUGHT EFFORTS OF THE MANY PEOPLE CONCERNED AND INVOLVED IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS..THIS PROJECT THAT URBAN PATHWAYS PROPOSES DOES NOT BELONG ON CANNON PLACE.. THIS COMMUNITY ALREADY HAS IT’S FAIR SHARE AND A PROJECT LIKE THIS WOULD CREATE INNUMERABLE PROBLEMS..THE LACK OF PARKING IS ALREADY AN ISSUE OF OVERWHELMING PROPORTIONS TO MANY OF THE AREA RESIDENTS..THIS PROJECT WOULD ONLY SERVE TO EXACERBATE THE PROBLEM..ANOTHER ISSUE OF OVERWHELMING PROPORTIONS ARE THE
    TRAFFIC CONDITIONS ON A NARROW, WINDING STREET, NOT BUILT FOR THE

  2. FORMER FIPNA PRESIDENT

    TRAFFIC IT ALREADY BEARS..ANY ADDITIONAL TRAFFIC WOULD POSE UNBEARABLE CONDITIONS AND WOULD DETRACT FROM THE QUALITY OF LIFE OF AREA RESIDENTS,ALREADY STRESSED.. [ TO BE CONTINUED]

  3. Kristin Hart

    Yes, there are huge quality of life issues that deserve to be heard without accusations of NIMBY. These issues are real.

    Traffic was already blocked today on Giles because of construction. We live on Cannon and could not get home.

    What if an ambulance had been needed at the nursing home?

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