Story today in the Union Tribune about underground parking in Encinitas.
Limits for underground parking lots considered
By Angela Lau
UNION-TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER
May 17, 2007
ENCINITAS – A once-upon-a-time panacea to urban parking problems – underground parking – has some Encinitas officials worried that too much of a good thing may be bad for the city.
They are concerned about a trend by developers to build subterranean garages so they can construct much larger buildings above – so large that they could stretch from one end of the lot to the other, forming a wall of big buildings that could ruin the city's small-town flavor.
They may have reason to worry.
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