In the Nov. 19 article in The Acorn, Richard Weintraub, the hotel developer, was quoted as saying, “The reason I chose this property is because it’s basically on the freeway on-ramp and next to a gas station. It had already been disturbed.”
The land was not disturbed at all; in fact, it was part of a hiking trail known to locals and furthermore the land was a sight of beauty.
You go on to say per The Acorn that you are “trying to create a project that respects existing n...
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