Mod: Tonight is the big show at the Planning Commission, and there are a number of things at stake here. The most important being - in my opinion - the willingness of the City of Sierra Madre to actually enforce some of the many positive changes recently made to the planning and development process.
Will the city once again render much of that meaningless by simply caving in to the desires of a connected few, people who apparently do not believe that any such laws apply to them? Do updated city development codes actually matter, or are they simply lip service created for political purposes? Does the updated General Plan even count?
Here is what went out from Preserve Sierra Madre late yesterday: