Wildomar City Council rejects proposed 45-day Interim Urgency Ordinance putting a moratorium on certain developments in the city

At its April 10 meeting, after a lengthy discussion the Wildomar City Council declined to pass a proposed Interim Urgency Ordinance that would have placed a moratorium on any applications for the establishment of recreational vehicle and boat storage facilities, service stations, car washes and fast food restaurants for 45 days.The proposed interim emergency ordinance was brought before the council after last month’s meeting concerning lack of development ordinances in the city’s first General Plan, now being readied by the city’s building and planning staff. Wildomar, after nearly 16 years, has been using Riverside County’s General Plan for the area’s residential, commercial and industrial zoning and building standards.With the rapid growth of the city from its original
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