Flannery Associates the Company behind land grabs near San Francisco which turned out to It’s a secret plot to build A city With hundreds of millions of dollars in funding from wealthy tech The leaders have revealed that a website for the planned city. California Forever the name of Flannery’s parent company, and its site is filled with sunny pictures of a walkable, green city By: the bay.

The text sets up what it says surveys tell it residents want — good local jobs, walkability, safety, etc. — then makes vague promises not to Destroy nearby agriculture to create solar farms. Create solar farms the bottom, the Site promises walkable neighborhoods to “help solve” Infrastructure Issues “protect and support” the Travis Air Force Base is located nearby.

Jan Sramek is a former Goldman Sachs trader who founded Flannery Associates. convinced Stripe CEO Patrick Collison to Then, others, including LinkedIn’s co-founder Reid Hoffman wrote. The New York Times In secret, they slowly bought over 50,000 acre around an Air Force Base in Solano County. the Times Notes the Poorest in the region.

Bill Emlen, the Solano County Administrator said the company told him They planned to invest in family farms to “continue with grazing and farming,” You can also read about it here to You can also find out more about the following: San Francisco Chronicle. “Our policies have been that large-scale residential development takes place in the cities,” He was quoted as saying.

You can also find out more about the following: Times Sramek, a political consultant and California State Senator Bill Dodd approached by Sramek. to Sorry, he thought the The group was “off to a bad start” If it wanted to build A new city, reported the Times.

Picture from the California Forever website.
Image: California Forever

You can find out more about this by clicking here. the websitePictures of the Theoretically, cityThen, you can say that are Check out this article to see if you can identify the AI. the A sunny green town is shown with rolling hills and windmills. The text describes an easy-to-walk town. city Solar farms are open land and “good-paying local jobs.” The company even says it’s “also interested” Looking at ways to support homeownership using down-payment assistance.

You can also find out more about the following: website There is not much information on the topic. the city The FAQ does not give any specifics on the size of a population or how they will support themselves. In the FAQ, there are vague references to such things as the You can also use to You can also read about how to improve your own language skills. the North Bay Aqueduct. There’s also a significant chunk of the site devoted to California Forever’Plans to Locals can be convinced to buy goods and services to Get on board by utilizing surveys and a community advisory board.