Board defers action second time on proposed ‘Good Neighbor Policy’

By Paul YoungSeeking to resolve issues with several provisions, Riverside County supervisors deferred a vote on a proposed “Good Neighbor Policy” recently that would establish criteria to gauge the compatibility of logistics center projects with unincorporated communities and ensure future facilities use technology that reduces noise and pollution.“I believe in private property rights, but it’s on both sides of the fence that we're trying to strike a balance,” Chairman Kevin Jeffries said. “This policy needs more teeth in it. It just doesn't have the teeth to protect residents.”What was to be the second and final hearing on the policy turned into a litany of complaints about what it did or did not contain, leading the board to direct Transportation and Land Manage
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