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Apartments are bad for Penryn

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Please, get involved, and read up on the developments coming to our pretty Penryn. In October, the Placer County Board of Supervisors will vote on 150 apartment units coming to Penryn Road. This area known as the Penryn Parkway in the Penryn Community Plan is slated for commercial development. This project, however, is high-density housing, which is in clear violation of our community plan. The county feels that bringing in these apartments is good for the community and a benefit to the people of Penryn and Loomis. No one we know thinks so. Del Oro High School is at capacity of 1,710 students, and our local roads and infrastructure cannot handle the high-density development. There are three huge lots for sale next door to the development that could soon follow suit. Save the Penryn community. Stop the Orchards. Stop 150 apartments. For more information, go to savetheorchard.blogspot.com/2012/07/stop-150-apartments.html. Please send letters to the Board of Supervisors at bos@placer.ca.gov. One letter to this email will reach all five supervisors. Donna Delno, Penryn