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"You want this to be the most sustainable, innovative tech campus in the United States. But you have come to us with a car-dominated, auto-centric proposal on the edge of town, far from the capitol corridor station, not linked to good transit, with huge parking lots and parking structures…"

- Emily Shandy, Davis Planning Commissioner, February 26, 2020

24,000 Cars

added to Mace traffic every day causing gridlock

313,000 sq. ft.

of existing commercial
space in Davis projected to become vacant (DISC EIR)


Increase to the Davis carbon footprint


parking spaces

7 Acres

of Davis taxpayer funded open space land proposed to
be used by developers


Massive Traffic Gridlock

Unmitigated Environmental Disaster


Improper Sale of City-Owned Open Space Land for Developer Profits

Financial Projections are
Questionable or Misleading


DISC will Cannibalize Existing Businesses in Davis that are Already Hurting

Critical Farmland, Habitat, and
our Last Views of the Sierra and Sacramento Skyline will be Lost

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A Yes Vote Gives the Developer Lucrative Entitlements with Almost No Guaranteed Baseline Features In Many Critical Areas

The Project Will Exacerbate the Housing Shortage in the Davis Area

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The Demand for Sprawling Business Park Offices is Plummeting

The Scale of the DISC Business Park is Way Too Large for a
Small College Town Like Davis

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