The City already has a street and subdivision called Blithedale Terrace, and that neighborhood has requested that the new project go by a different name.
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The project applicant has submitted a new application, which the City has accepted for processing. This application is subject to the current rules in place today, including state regulations and city regulations such as the City's adopted General Plan "MV2040", Multi-Family Design Guidelines, and Zoning requirements (also called Development Standards) for projects of this type.
Previous applications have been withdrawn. However, that does not mean that the City and decision-makers are not aware of the extensive history surrounding the project.
The prior EIR was never completed and certified. Since that time, some environmental factors, such as traffic, have changed and will require additional review and analysis. Therefore, a new environmental document will be completed for the project.