Menifee Crossroads application pulled after appeal to halt raised median on Bradley Road denied

The Menifee City Council’s denial of an appeal that would have overturned a planning commission’s decision to place a raised median on Bradley Road, resulted in the withdrawal of an application to build a shopping center and restaurant in the city Wednesday, Dec. 15. The decision, reluctantly made by the council in the absence of council members Bob Karwin and Matt Liesemeyer who recused themselves after citing a conflict of interest, followed a lengthy and detailed explanation of why the proposed median was not needed by representatives and attorneys for the proposed Menifee Crossroads shopping center developer and landowners. The project was to be built at the northeast corner of Newport Road and Bradley Road. The raised median was added to the final Crossroads center plan by t
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