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Posted by: | Posted on: January 11, 2020

Whole Foods’ Burbank plan voted down

first_imgBut the council did not include the provision in its vote. Davies will now have to wait at least a year before resubmitting the project on the site. In a 3-2 decision last month, the council rejected a 52,340-square-foot version of the store. Davies had said the market couldn’t be any smaller, but Councilman David Golonski suggested paring the building down to 40,000 square feet. Golonski eventually voted against it anyway. [email protected] (818) 546-3304160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Councilman Jef Vander Borght was the lone dissenter. “I feel we lost an opportunity in what I consider my neighborhood to do something that is very special,” he said. The end came amid yet another last-minute twist. Opponents were bracing for another fight with the project’s Westlake Village-based developer, who had offered to reduce the store’s size to 40,000 square feet from the original 60,000. But Davies was a no-show Tuesday night. In a letter, he asked the council to uphold its earlier denial. The letter said project proponents “have not been able to create a scenario that works on the Alameda & Main parcel or any parcel in Burbank at this point in time.” He also requested the council reject the project “without prejudice,” which would have left the door open for the builder to resubmit the project without the need to undergo extensive review, as required for new projects. BURBANK – Once and for all, the Burbank City Council has rejected a plan to build a Whole Foods market in the city’s equestrian district, and the project can’t come back before the council for a year. Early Wednesday, the council voted 4-1 to deny developer Tom Davies’ proposal to build the natural foods grocery at 901 W. Alameda Ave. The council also encouraged city staff to work directly with the Austin, Texas-based grocer to find another site in the city for the store. “It makes sense to protect horse property,” said Mayor Todd Campbell, who voted to deny the development. He had previously voted in support of the project. “(But) I think that a Whole Foods Market will be extremely valued.” last_img read more