Planning the End of Wildomar’s…

…RURAL LIFESTYLE

The citizens of Wildomar will not need the politically-nuanced commentary of Zak Turango to understand that the arrogant forces of change who are  sitting on the Wildomar City Council, led by their  City Staff, and  perpetuated by their sycophantic  appointees/accomplices  of the Planning Commission are intent upon  changing and altering  Wildomar’s  environmental  landscape.

They can read it  for themselves!

The following is taken directly from the Planning Commission agenda for next Wednesday night’s  Special Planning Commission.

PC RESOLUTION NO. 13-24

A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF WILDOMAR, CALIFORNIA RECOMMENDING CITY COUNCIL APPROVAL OF GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT NO. 13-02 TO: 1) ADOPT THE 2013–2021 HOUSING ELEMENT UPDATE; 2) CHANGE THE EXISTING LAND USE DESIGNATION FROM MEDIUM HIGH DENSITY RESIDENTIAL (MHDR) TO HIGHEST DENSITY RESIDENTIAL (HHDR) FOR THREE (3) PARCELS (APN’S: 380-220-002; 370-400-009; & 380-270-013); 3) CHANGE THE EXISTING LAND USE DESIGNATION FROM BUSINESS PARK (BP) TO HIGHEST DENSITY RESIDENTIAL (HHDR) FOR ONE (1) PARCEL (APN: 380-250-003 –

Supposedly driven by a State of California mandate regarding future development, City Staff has exploited the mandate in such a way that will create a corridor of apartment complexes on commercial and business park-zoned properties on Clinton Keith Road, rather than more reasonably directing the high density project into under-developed areas, such as Sedco,  that would benefit the entire city.

Instead, City Staff is intentionally  converting  commercial and  business park-zoned properties that will create an economic inbalance  in the future.

 If you object to this type of conversion, tomorrow evening would be a good time to attend your first Planning Commission meeting  and voice your objections.

 On the other hand, if you don’t  have any objections,  behold your future. 

Comments can be made to zakturango@excite.com.

For the record,  other cities have successfully resisted the implementation of  a State of California mandate, but that would take political courage.

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