Needing a place to park when you drive to Bart is now a “hyper parochial concern.” Got it.
Tony Dykes

Hyper parochial refers the inevitable complaints about supposed damage to “neighborhood character” which get hurled projects of any decent size. Regulating land use one project at a time based on the aesthetic preferences of a handful of homeowners is the absurd, but commonplace, practice in the Bay Area.

Re: surface parking, it could be consolidated below ground such that there’d be no net loss of available space. The question of parking isn’t so much a problem.

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