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Hearing set for Oct. 13; public comments open now through Oct. 26

September 12, 2015 (Spring Valley ) – The County’s Planning & Development Services has proposed a Mitigated Negative Declaration of environmental impacts for the Sweetwater Place project at the northwest corner of Sweetwater Springs Blvd. and Jamacha Blvd. in Spring Valley.

The project would include 122 single-family detached homes and a 2.08 acre public park on 20 acres. A public trail, pedestrian and equestrian paths, and an amphitheatre are also proposed.

A meeting to discuss the environmental analysis required by the California Environmental Quality Act will be held on October 13 from 6 to 7 p.m. at the San Miguel Fire District Headquarters, 2850 Orange Way in Spring Valley.

Comments must be submitted no later than Oct. 26 at 4 p.m., the end of a 45-day public review period.  To view documents and get more information, visit

You can view the developer’s conceptual images and descriptions at

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