Your Oct. 20, Page 1 story about the San Bruno 136-unit apartment proposal on El Camino Real at the old Melody Toyota new car location tells us that because of SB 35 which was passed on Sept. 15, 2017, only 25 parking spaces are required for a 136-unit building. Won’t that be fun for the residents nearby.

Am I missing something here, or is this another they will all be on bikes and use mass transit issue?

Peter C. Carey

San Bruno

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Terence Y

Mr. Carey – it sounds like people looking to get into that unit should be one of the first 25 people to sign a lease. Everyone else, see if you can rent a neighbor’s driveway.


Strong irony here with homes identified as at the old "Melody Toyota" site.

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