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1,500 People Can't Be Wrong

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This past weekend more than 1,500 people showed up for a three hour Regional Planning Commission meeting to discuss developer Trammell Crow's proposal for the 345 unit Canyon Residences in Rowland Heights. The commission ended up stamping the project with a big fat "no." The San Gabriel Valley Tribune quotes the commission's chairman: "People who are usually against something are usually those who live closest to it...But the number of people that are here today, I think, are far more than the number of people who live next to this project, so it's not an individual concern. It's a community-wide concern." [SGVT, previously]