Diamond Bar to hearing public's input...

Diamond Bar to hearing public's input on 30-acre site proposed for ...

There are 10 comments on the San Gabriel Valley Tribune story from Jun 14, 2010, titled Diamond Bar to hearing public's input on 30-acre site proposed for .... In it, San Gabriel Valley Tribune reports that:

Mary Rodriguez insists her neighborhood will change for the worse if the city approves its plan for a plot of 30 acres known as "Site D." "Everybody that I've talked to is opposed to it," she said, of her neighbors.

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mrmondaydb

United States

#1 Jun 14, 2010
The politicians will sell out just like with the stadium deal.
Ray Diamond B

Rowland Heights, CA

#2 Jun 14, 2010
Another Asian development.

Since: Sep 09

Pico Rivera

#3 Jun 14, 2010
Ray Diamond B wrote:
Another Asian development.
i am hoping for a gigante or a superior mexican market
urmom

Los Angeles, CA

#4 Jun 15, 2010
peej18404 wrote:
<quoted text>
i am hoping for a gigante or a superior mexican market
it's Diamond Bar you are talking about, not other areas.
Spectator

San Dimas, CA

#5 Jun 15, 2010
Ray Diamond B wrote:
Another Asian development.
That's for sure, or maybe yet, another exempt Asian temple.
LA Native

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

#6 Jun 15, 2010
Cities care about MONEY, they'll sell out their residents for money. If the new construction brings the city money, expect it to happen.... unfortunate but true.
Steve

United States

#7 Jun 16, 2010
peej18404 wrote:
<quoted text>
i am hoping for a gigante or a superior mexican market
Seems this filthy illegal escaped!!

Since: Sep 09

Pico Rivera

#8 Jun 16, 2010
Steve wrote:
<quoted text> Seems this filthy illegal escaped!!
so when i come visit i have a place to get 40s & fresh cheese.
Some advice

Loudonville, OH

#9 Jun 22, 2010
DBar is already choking on its own traffic not to mention the Chino Hills carpetbaggers transiting through DBar adding to the glut of traffic jams.

The City of DBar has a cash reserve of over $30m and yet the city fathers seem to want more. Why? How much of a cash reserve is enough? Does the term "enough development already" even exist in the minds of any DBar politicians? It certainly doesn't appear to be so.

DBar used to advertise itself as the "home of country living". That concept died long ago and now lingers as a pathetic joke for long time residents of DBar.

Since: Sep 09

Pico Rivera

#10 Jun 22, 2010
Spectator wrote:
<quoted text>
That's for sure, or maybe yet, another exempt Asian temple.
there's no asian temple in dbar, but there is a korean taco truck on sat nites!!! i need to go by & get me some

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