City pushes back ADU issue, hears about public right of way program

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Wildomar City Council meets via Zoom during its regularly scheduled council meeting Wednesday, Aug. 12. Valley News/Courtesy photo
During the Wildomar city council meeting Wednesday, Aug. 12, the council decided at the last minute to punt an item on the public hearings to allow city attorney Thomas D. Jex to examine a letter sent to the city. The letter was sent in by California for Home Ownership and raised some concerns about a zoning ordinance the council was due to consider regulating accessory dwelling units in residential zones. The city’s planning commission had urged the council to approve the first reading of the ordinance. “I haven’t had a chance to completely analyze that letter and I suggest that the council table this item to give me a chance to go through the letter, to talk with the attorney who wrote the letter and address those concerns and bring it back to you,” Jex said. During s
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