Where should the majority of new ownership housing be located for new UCD Faculty and Staff? (Select One)

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Vanguard Mace Ranch Innovation Center Forum and Discussion, Part 2

Developer Dan Ramos Introduces the project
Developer Dan Ramos Introduces the project

Wednesday evening, January 13, about 60 people attended a two-hour presentation and at times vigorous discussion of the Mace Ranch Innovation Center.  In part one, Dan Ramos and two of the members of his development team, Prakash Pinto and Josiah Cain, gave their presentation. They would then be joined by Councilmember Rochelle Swanson and City Community Development Director Mike Webb.

The video was done by Civenergy and Bob Fung.

We have cut these into individual questions.

Will Biking Conditions Improve Near the MRIC?

Why Is The Housing Component Necessary?

MRIC Location & Causeway Expansion

Mitigation and Pushing Nishi

What Will be the Rates for Different Uses

Housing and Research Compatibility

About The Author

David Greenwald is the founder, editor, and executive director of the Davis Vanguard. He founded the Vanguard in 2006. David Greenwald moved to Davis in 1996 to attend Graduate School at UC Davis in Political Science. He lives in South Davis with his wife Cecilia Escamilla Greenwald and three children.

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4 thoughts on “Vanguard Mace Ranch Innovation Center Forum and Discussion, Part 2”

    1. hpierce

      Which type of venom?  Hemolytic, or neurotoxin?  Affecting the ‘blood’ of the community, or the nervous/brain system?

      ref:  http://www.gorp.com/weekend-guide/travel-ta-snake-bite-faq-sidwcmdev_053487.html

      In either case, the most common referent for “venom” corresponds to snakes… so, are you saying there is a “brood of vipers”, “snakes’-nest”, “sidewinders”, “snakes in the grass”… ?

      Am also assuming by your comment that you would be loathe to post anything venomous…

      Of course, there are non-venomous snakes that just reactively try to bite when they feel ‘threatened’…

       

       

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