Jan. 9 To the Editor:

Since one of the major problems with the McIntyre design is parking, there are various ways to address this. It was unclear to me from the Monday night meeting whether underground parking is physically impossible at this site, or if it just costs more money than developer Kane wishes to spend to make it possible. If it is physically possible, fire Mr. Kane and hire a developer who is willing to bear the cost. ( I believe that Renee Plummer's company wanted to do underground parking.) If it is physically impossible, ask the architects to redesign the project to limit the number of additional buildings to two instead of three, thereby making fewer demands on parking and freeing up more land for parking spaces.

Christina Lusky

Portsmouth