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"His my ex. He loves penguin and his a longboarder. A close friend of him gave me the idea about a penguin on a longboard so the fat penguin longboarder was made. It supposed to be my gift for him for our monthsary but things happened and the shirt came in after we broke up..but still i just gave it to him as a early christmas present..CustomInk really help me alot.." - nommunchie (Dec 06, 2010)

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comment by Guest - May 01, 2012 - back to the top

As stated befroe in the Penguin, the proposal for N Falkland does not help the community. Sure downtown sites proximate to transit should be considered for higher density development but what is proposed is quite wrong. It is the usual auto-centric development. It is not transit-oriented development and worst of all it includes an auto traffic destination within the proposed development a supermarket. Wrong location; bad location.As it stands N Falkland provides a relatively affordable housing alternative that is fast disappearing from SS. It has a below market rents on some units which can be continued, and additional units could be made more affordable if that is the county's objective. A little creativity by the county could make this happen.WIth massive public investments in transit underway within spittin' distance of N Falkland the Sarbanes Transit Center and the Purple Line (which will trimming the N Falkland site a bit) it should make it even more compelling to minimize auto-centric development in downtown SS.