@JalbyMD @ShaneDPhillips @GVelasquez72 They downzoned white South Redondo Beach and added it all back into freeway commercial zone
@JalbyMD @ShaneDPhillips @GVelasquez72 White SFH area (yellow) is left alone. Most of NRB is R2/R3 townhouses or R4 apts (orange). Mixed use in SRB was downzoned, added to freeway area instead. To preserve "beach town vibes" we need to keep the low density of SRB (but allow mansionization of SFH)
@JalbyMD @ShaneDPhillips @GVelasquez72 Large Former hospital site in SRB will have 0 homes bc NIMBYs. And they got listened to! Hmmm.

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