People will get another chance this Tuesday (Dec. 17) to weigh in on plans for the Faria Preserve, a 740-unit community development proposed for San Ramon's northwest side just outside Danville.
Three people spoke at the last public hearing on Nov. 19, the first of what will likely be several public hearings on revisions to a proposed new development. Plans for the Faria Preserve include five neighborhoods with single-family homes, town homes, apartments and senior housing, along with plans for a church, park and educational facility.
Meanwhile, a petition to stop the project continues to circulate, and an environmental document prepared under California state guidelines has been made available for public viewing. The document is available through San Ramon city offices.
The planning commission is operating one member short, with Harry Sachs now a member of the San Ramon City Council. Appointment of a new member is not listed as part of the planning commission agenda.
The commission will meet at 7 p.m. in San Ramon City Council chambers, 2222 Camino Ramon.