Re "Davis should approve worthy Cannery project" (Editorials, Sept. 23): There are problems with the Cannery project as the editorial board points out. As as many as 9,800 vehicles a day will exit the project on one of two intersections that be a part of the project.
Further the editorial board points out that there is no easy way for these vehicles to get to either Interstate 5 or 80. The two intersections are very close to each other exiting onto on street that has already taken more than its share of development in Davis.
Many residents will commute to Sacramento on this already overcrowded street and must pass a new junior high school already besieged with traffic. Further, there is no easy way for these residents to get to the University of California, the other major employer for people living in Davis.
While this is infill development, it seems wiser to build where residents will have access to work.
-- Stan Rosenstein, Davis