Wildomar council approves first reading of ADU zoning amendment

The Wildomar City Council met Wednesday, Oct. 14, via teleconference to address many issues before them. Valley News/Courtesy photo
During the Wednesday, Oct. 14, meeting of the Wildomar City Council, the council approved a zoning ordinance amendment regulating Accessory Dwelling Units in residential zones, which was previously tabled by the council after a lawyer contacted the city with issues. “Our city attorney made contact with that particular attorney and they've worked out the language,” Matthew Bassi, planning director of Wildomar, said in his report. In general business, the council approved the first quarter budget report after a presentation by James Riley, city administrative services director. Riley told the council that staff would not pursue grant monies to fund CERT training, announced a $150,000 Local Early Action Planning Grant to conduct a housing element study regarding housing needs in
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