It's the size of the building, not who is living in it, say residents of Carissa Court who are opposed to a proposed multilevel assisted living center for senior citizens off Santa Rosa Road.
The city Planning Commission will consider the Brighton Gardens project again Tuesday. Commissioners had postponed a vote earlier this month so the developers could meet with residents to eliminate concerns about the three-story wing of the project.
"They have been working with us to do some changes," said Allen White who, along with several others, met with developers from Marriott Senior Living Services last week. "The thing they can't get rid of is how tall the building is."
However, developers did arrange their plans so that most of the third-story wing is next to the Santa Rosa Plaza and eliminated most of the windows that face the housing directly.