Supervisors approve Rancho California rezone

The Riverside County Board of Supervisors approved a rezone for a Rancho California property.The supervisors voted 5-0 Tuesday, Aug. 30 to change the zoning from rural residential (R-R) to tourist commercial (C-T). The property already had a community development: commercial tourist (CD:CT) land use designation, so the rezone brings the property into conformance with the general plan designation. The supervisors also found the rezone to be exempt from California Environmental Quality Act review, although CEQA review will be required for any development of the land.The property consists of 10.02 acres north of Temecula Parkway, south of DePortola Road, east of Anza Road and west of Calle Arnaz. It is currently a residence and has a 5,484 square foot single-family house and a detache
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