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"We had a sense that momentum was on our side when the City Council rejected Davidon's latest oversized proposal," noted Greg Colvin, long-time Petaluma resident and director of KCPP. "The council had directed further study of an environmentally superior 28-home alternative, which is the minimum number of homes allowed on the property per current zoning.
Colvin and fellow KCPP advisory committee member Peter Cohn entered a months-long negotiation with Davidon that led to a win-win compromise.
KCPP Founder Chairman Abid Masood said that every fourth house is keeping pets but unfortunately they are not maintaining their proper health.
Later on, KCPP Senior Advisor Imran Zia briefed the house regarding pets training and objective of KCPP through multimedia presentation.
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