Tag Archives: WIlldan

The hidden costs of development

If you believe Willdan Financial Services – and why wouldn’t you? – 3,227 persons will be living, and another 5,016 working, every day at Alameda Point when the site is fully built out.  In addition, again according to Willdan (in … Continue reading

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Busting the cap

The Merry-Go-Round has read the “specific plan” for the Main Street Neighborhood that the Planning Board will be asked Monday to recommend to Council, and, having rescued our crystal ball from the dustbin to which it was consigned after forecasting … Continue reading

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Site A: The economics

If you’ve been attending or watching the videos of the various meetings at which Alameda Point Partners’ plan for Site A at Alameda Point has been on the agenda, you’ll know that nary a public speaker – all right, maybe … Continue reading

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Can the City afford the Del Monte project? Who knows?

If the Del Monte warehouse development is built as planned, will the project end up costing the City more each year for municipal services than it generates in revenue? One might think – the Merry-Go-Round surely does – that this … Continue reading

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