RWQCB issues waste discharge requirements for Western Bypass and Altair

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The Regional Water Quality Control Board issued waste discharge requirements for the planned Western Bypass and Altair development.A 7-0 RWQCB vote Wednesday, Dec. 8, approved the requirements which utilize best management practices to treat and control discharges into local bodies of water. The waste discharge order also requires Temecula West Village LLC to provide funding for the removal of non-native plants.The Western Bypass and Altair project is located near Old Town Temecula west of Interstate 15 and south of Rancho California Road. A mixed-use land plan consists of residential units, a small commercial component in the center of the project and a central park. Between 1,200 and 1,750 residential units are anticipated to be built and those will include detached, multiplex, r
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