Wildomar council allows proposed GPIP plan to move forward

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The Wildomar City Council, Wednesday, July 8, allowed a proposal by Pacific Cove Investments to change a land-use designation on a property on Monte Vista Drive to move forward. The designation change would allow the developer to build residential properties on land currently zoned for a business park. Valley News/Courtesy photo
The Wildomar City Council moved forward a proposal Wednesday, July 8, for a general plan initiation proposal to change an existing land use designation from business park to high-density residential. The council received the staff presentation, heard public testimony from applicant Erik Lunde of Pacific Cove Investments regarding the proposed Monte Vista Ranch Phase II project. The change in designation would allow single-family attached and detached residences, including townhouses, stacked flats, courtyard homes and patio homes to be built in a site located north of Cornerstone Community Church on Monte Vista Drive. The city’s planning commission reviewed the proposal at its June 3 meeting and the majority of members did not support the land use amendment. “We’ve had th
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