Marron-Hayes Adobe

Despite hearing, commission postpones ruling on Quarry Creek development

Despite hearing, commission postpones ruling on Quarry Creek development

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.

Group pushes for Quarry Creek alternative with 150 fewer houses

Group pushes for Quarry Creek alternative with 150 fewer houses

CARLSBAD — Preserve Calavera and other community groups are encouraging the Carlsbad Planning Commission and City Council to choose the Quarry Creek project alternative to build 506 houses instead of the current proposal, which includes 656 houses.

Marron-Hayes Adobe back on group’s most endangered list

Marron-Hayes Adobe back on group’s most endangered list

CARLSBAD — Once more because of a threat of development in the area, the Marron-Hayes Adobe has been re-added to the SOHO (Save Our Heritage Organisation) 2012 most endangered list of historical resources.