By Miriam Raftery
Planner urges public input as developer asks to reduce park size
May 10, 2014 (Spring Valley ) – At its meeting May 13th at 7 p.m., the Spring Valley Community Planning Group’s action items include the Sweetwater Village housing proposed on the former Evergreen Nursery Property site. Michael Daly, Vice Chair of the Planning Group, indicated that citizen participation is encouraged at the meeting, where the fate of the former Evergreen Nursery at 2657 Sweetwater Springs Boulevard will be discussed.
If you live live in the Spring Valley area and are concerned about the lack of parks, be aware that potential changes to park size and other project elements may be discussed.
Also on the agenda is a major use permit for 12 antennas, 24 remote radio units, six TMAs, and four surge protectors on a new 50-foot monopine, along with ancillary equipment.
The planning group currently has four vacancies. Interested Spring Valley voters should attend the neeting for information on how to join.
The planning group meets at the San Miguel Fire Department headquarters located at 2850 Via Orange Way off Austin Drive in Spring Valley.
Correction: A quote in an earlier edition of this article incorrectly attributed a quote to Michael Daly regarding changes to park space. We reget the error.