City council criticizes deadline for dirt hauling project to maintain public safety

Staff discusses the Rosetta Hills project at the Lake Elsinore City Council meeting Tuesday, March 23. Valley News/Courtesy photo
The Rosetta Hills dirt haul route of tract 30698 was discussed at the Lake Elsinore City Council meeting Tuesday, March 23.The 158-unit residential development is located on a 50-acre site, east of Rosetta Canyon Hills road and north of Crimson Pillar Lane.The developer will be exporting about 35,000 cubic yards of dirt to a site in Perris at the intersection of San Jacinto Avenue and Pico Avenue; hauling will take place between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.According to staff, there is about 30,000 cubic yards of dirt that will be hauled out of the southern zone, and it will be routed via Elsinore Hills Road to Rosetta Canyon Drive, then onto Central Avenue and leaving the city. About 4,500 cubic yards of dirt are coming out of the northern site and that will be routed through
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