Daniel Werwath

Lots of great comments here, and also lots of critical topics that long term growth planning can address at the community-wide level that I think we need to talk about. Which is far preferable than doing it ad hoc (with various sets of facts) in land use approval hearings. Also lots of in…

wow, thanks for the shout out Stephanie, I am indeed a subject matter expert on affordable housing. Could it be as simple is they want to make decisions based on the objective needs and potential benefit to the community as a whole? Made up viewshed issues don't serve anyone and large por…

Hi William, in Santa Fe, developers have to bring wet water rights for all new developments which can then be taken from the Rio Grande (for the most part). If you meant at the next level up, the water department has indicated that even with worst case climate change scenarios and high en…

Thank you Lisa, I spend a lot fo time trying to speak to these issues with little impact. Boomer triggering aside, I think we do need to have some serious conversations about boomer's values around housing and how so much has changed on the ground for younger folks. There are a lot of ing…

Wow c’mon this is super lazy reporting!!! There was a lot of neighborhood support voiced, including two people that lived immediately adjacent to the project site. And the neighborhood association got outed for holding non democratic board elections, foregoing they’re regular meeting and …

nice to see you evolve your counterfactual NIMBY arguments about water and affordable housing to try and pivot around my past critiques. nice moves. impressed.

Dear New Mexican, please do better at reporting on land use issues. The City's general plan is from 1999. This overlay is also not reflected in the future land use map. None of the city code contemplates a commuter rail line, and we honestly can't afford to wait half a decade for city pla…

you follow that link or not? seems not.

ha ha ha, look at how people who don't live in Santa Fe spread misinformation about our critical housing and development issues. Sort of begs the question of why? First, nearly all grass is dormant in the winter, so it's going to be brown, water or not. But after our last run in I spent s…

c'mon Cheryl, road connections don't destroy neighborhoods, but gentrification and locals being priced out because we're missing 1000's of units of housing definitely does.

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