Temecula tweaks process for some permit revocations, other sections of municipal code

Temecula City Council members vote on changes to the city’s municipal code, including processes for revoking some land use permits, at the council’s Sept. 22 meeting. Valley News/city of Temecula photo
The Temecula City Council approved four changes to the city’s municipal code, Tuesday, Sept. 22, including processes for revoking land use permits.In a presentation to the city council before its vote on the matter, Brandon Rabidou, associate planner for Temecula, said staff worked with the city attorney’s office to address “antiquated portions” of the municipal code.The city will now allow the director of Community Development to revoke temporary use permits and home occupation permits. Temporary use permits are issued for property uses of “special, unique or limited duration” and home occupation permits allow the use of residences for business purposes.Previously, those permits could only be revoked by the planning commission or city council, although the director
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