Lori Zapf meets with residents, city attorney involved

POINT LOMA (KUSI) — One day after KUSI News met with outraged Point Loma residents, second-district Councilmember Lorie Zapf met with them too.

There’s a four-story duplex under construction at the corner of Emerson and Evergreen in a Point Loma area, called Roseville.

Even to the casual observer, the building seems totally out of character with the rest of the neighborhood, a neighborhood made up mostly of one and two-story single family homes.

Zapf asked the city attorney to investigate. All options are on the table, including a stop work order.

Thursday, a spokesperson for the contractor, Pacific Enterprise Builders, said the city wants this kind of density and added there are a whole lot more projects like this one in the pipeline.

At the very least Zapf said, it appears the developer has manipulated the city code.

Apparently, all those other projects in the pipeline have already been approved. 

Zapf’s office is looking into that as well.

By the way, Pacific Enterprise Builders was adamant Thursday that the developer Matthew Bratz not be contacted by KUSI.

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