The Calabasas Coalition
The decision to either approve or deny the West Village at Calabasas proposed development has been continued to the next Planning Commission meeting which will be held on Thursday, July 18, at it's regular time of 7pm at City Hall.
It's anticipated the Commissioners will vote at that meeting.
The public comment period has been closed for speaking at the meeting, however you can still attend and still write to the Planning Commission. Email the City directly at firstname.lastname@example.org and put West Village at Calabasas Proposed Development in the subject line.
Below you will find our talking points and the report we submitted that outlines our concerns. Additionally, several respected agencies expressed their concerns in public comment for the Draft Environmental Impact Report. Below we have posted our comments along with a few of the others:
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Big turn out for our Community Awareness Meeting
Thank you to the more than 90 community members took their time on Tuesday, June 18th to express their concerns at our Community Awareness Meeting on the West Village at Calabasas PROPOSED development. Read the Acorn article Calabasas Project Under Fire.
It's clear this project is NOT supported by the community and is not in compliance with the General Plan and our City's Land Use Codes.
This is the same developer and same parcel of land as Canyon Oaks, which was stopped in November 2016 by the No on Measure F ballot referendum. Calabasas residents made our opinions clear when we voted by an almost 2 to 1 margin to overturn the City Council’s approval of that project. This developer was successful in getting approval to build the oversized Avanti development on Park Sorrento, so getting involved early matters.
The Calabasas Coalition works to inform our community on development and redevelopment projects that will have significant impact on our community. We highlight concerns and provide information on how to express individual views within the City's review and approval process.
The voice of our community is significant! Follow the important issues here and feel free to contact us for more information.