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Niles
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This section is for discussion of land developments, requests for variances, and anything else that affects our common interests. It also includes tracking the significant votes and who made them.

Niles is the heart, the peace without building. I can drive down 680 S and see all the hill development. It's sick. I can head north on Mission and see everything in Hayward. All the building on the hills. It's nice to have a break and respect wilderness between Milpitas and Hayward, on our open hills. -- Colleen Riviera Dr.

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Just an observation re days of operation See reply
 
I was sending an e-mail to a friend of mine who lives in Walnut Creek
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Posted – 04/15/06 2:14pm by Lynn R Slater, updated or replied 11/26/07 6:20pm
 
Removal of Trees from Trail See all 2 replies
 
I am not aware of the palm trees that you are speaking of, but I did notice that quite a large number(I think at least 20) large mature trees were removed from the Niles side of the Alameda Creek trail near
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Posted – 09/09/07 10:22pm by Lynn Slater, updated or replied 09/09/07 10:23pm
 
Fremont Planning Commission meeting on cell phone tower at Mission and Nursery
 
Last week I spent half an hour with Terry Wong, the city planner in charge of the proposed cell phone tower at Nursery and Mission. There will be a meeting tomorrow (6/28) at 7 p.m. at Council Chambers, 3300 Capitol Ave., to consider a Conditional Use Permit for this project.
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Posted – 07/02/07 11:50pm by Lynn Slater
 
Update on cell tower proposal for Nursery and Mission See all 8 replies
 
Because of an impacted agenda, the Fremont Planning Commission tabled the T-Mobile cell tower/"stealth" pine proposal until July 12, 7 p.m., at City Council Chambers, 3300 Capitol Ave. If you have any questions or concerns, contact Terry Wong, the city planner in charge of the project, at 494-4456.
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Posted – 07/02/07 11:45pm by Lynn Slater, updated or replied 07/02/07 11:49pm
 
Driving/Parking Issue in Downtown Niles See all 10 replies
 
Does anyone know if there is anything we can do to make it safer for business customers to back out of the angled parking spaces along the west side of Niles Boulevard downtown? On numerous occasions, I've come close to being hit while backing out of them. So, when I'm driving through there and someone is trying to back out, I always stop and let them.
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Posted – 01/15/07 10:48pm by Lynn Slater, updated or replied 01/15/07 10:56pm
 
Rehab Center See all 5 replies
 
Your e-mail was pretty thorough on all the possibilities for conjestion and shortcuts, but I'd like to add one more "new nightmare" to our end of Linda Dr. That new rehab center that went in between the church and the overpass. People are stopping on Niles Blvd.to turn left into the center, and slowing down coming from over the overpass to turn right into the driveway. Extremely Dangerous addition to an already bad intersection. People coming and going should really be encouraged to use the other driveway leading into the church.
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Posted – 01/15/07 10:45pm by Lynn Slater, updated or replied 01/15/07 10:51pm
 
Niles Blvd. connector to KB Homes on Fremont Agenda See all 4 replies
 
 Not sure of how many of you are aware that Niles Blvd. continues on
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Posted – 01/15/07 10:42pm by Lynn Slater, updated or replied 01/15/07 10:44pm
 
We gonna make it dadgum purty 'round 'ere See all 4 replies
 
You expounded in true Broncho Billy fashion, "we gonna make it dadgum  purty 'round 'ere!"  Sure enough!  Let's call this movement CUSS  (Clean Up Scruffy Sites).
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Posted – 04/15/06 2:10pm by Lynn R Slater, updated or replied 04/15/06 2:15pm
 
Niles Clean-Up See all 3 replies
 
 I've peppered the e-group recently with comments about roadside garbage and derelict buildings in Niles. I got off my soapbox today and tackled the trash and weeds that ugh up our image. To start, I'm focusing on our front door  - the Niles Boulevard corridor from Mission to the car wash (and the wooden Niles sign hidden behind a tree). A couple of hardworking Niles folks pitched in this afternoon to weed, sweep and haul trash and wet leaves away from the sidewalk in front of the Henkel building. 
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Posted – 04/15/06 2:08pm by Lynn R Slater, updated or replied 04/15/06 2:09pm
 
Henkel Update See all 18 replies
 
The California Regional Water Quality Control Board has announced a cleanup plan for the Henkel site.  This cleanup is for the herbicide 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) pollution.  We as neighbors to the site have been contacted directly and we have complied with our concerns and requests in writing.
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Posted – 04/15/06 9:51am by Lynn R Slater, updated or replied 04/15/06 2:06pm
 
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