CARLSBAD — The environmentalist nonprofit group Preserve Calavera has sued the city of Carlsbad over its review and decision on the Quarry Creek housing development.
ENCINITAS — Residents from Save Desert Rose, a group made up of Olivenhain residents, filed a lawsuit last week against the city and Woodridge Farms Estates over the planned “Desert Rose” development.
CARLSBAD — With their concerns about traffic, emergency services and environmental impacts assuaged by staff testimonies, City Council voted to approve the Quarry Creek housing development at its full 656 proposed homes after years of review and a multitude of public comments.
CARLSBAD — Scrutinizing the Quarry Creek housing development proposal, City Council questioned traffic mitigation efforts and financial feasibility of the project, as well as considered the recommendations of the Planning Commission, at its March 26 meeting.
It has only been a few months since our new City Council took office.
ENCINITAS — Council ordered a special election for the “right-to-vote” initiative to take place June 18, instead of adopting it outright at Tuesday night’s meeting.
ENCINITAS — A local effort to give residents control over land use means well, but would ultimately hurt the city, according to a new report issued by the law firm Rutan and Tucker, LLP.
DEL MAR — Council members made a few changes at the Feb. 19 meeting that could make life easier for a few residents and businesses, but stopped short of establishing new design standards to address development downtown.
CARLSBAD — Carlsbad’s Planning Commission heard presentations from city staff and the developer, as well as comments from more than 50 members of the public at its hearing on the Quarry Creek project on Feb. 20, which caused the commission to postpone making a decision on the housing project until its March 6 meeting.