Board of Supervisors to reassess ‘good neighbor policy’ to guide warehouse projects

RIVERSIDE (CNS) - Riverside County supervisors tomorrow will try, for the third time, to settle differences over a proposed "Good Neighbor Policy" that would establish criteria for gauging the compatibility of future logistics center projects with the unincorporated communities where they're intended to be built.During previous meetings in August and October, the Board of Supervisors could not find middle ground to shape the policy into an acceptable form.However, one of the chief complaints against the proposal cited by residents who addressed it last month appears to have been resolved – increasing project setback space from 300 feet to 1,000 feet. This would widen the buffer intended to shield so-called "sensitive receptors" – daycare centers, hospitals, churches, nursing ho
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