James LaMattery Meeting Notes: Date: Feb 16th, 2pm Location:City Administration Building 202 “C” Street, 10th Floor San Diego, CA 92101 Attendees: Councilwoman Lorie Zapf (District 2) Michael Prinz- Senior Planner/ Clairemont Community Planner Jeff Murphy- Planning Director Ryan Purdy, Ardian Sevilla, James McQuirk, Kelly Batten (Assistants to Councilwoman Lorie Zapf) Keith Hartz- Chairperson of the
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Past Website Posts
This is an archive of past posts made on the Raise The Balloon Website.
GOPRO camera view at 60 feet: Corner of Armstrong Nursery and Morena Blvd CLICK ON PICTURE TO VIEW VIDEO As the responses are posted to below questions, a green (ANSWER) link will appear. It will take several days to upload all answers so keep checking back, and remember to refresh your Browser periodically as new
A transit-oriented development (TOD) is a mixed-use residential and commercial area designed to maximize access to public transport, and often incorporates features to encourage transit ridership. A TOD neighborhood typically has a center with a transit station or stop (train station, metro station, tram stop, or bus stop), surrounded by relatively high-density development with progressively lower-density development spreading outward from the center. TODs
On January 21, 2014, the owners of Keil’s Shopping center submitted their plans for the site. They are requesting a variance to build to 57ft. They want to construct 368 condominium units along with a grocery store and some small retail shops. Complete Keils Shopping Center site plans.
The City of San Diego and the County of San Diego is currently updating and amending our local Community Plans in their attempt to urbanize our neighborhoods in compliance with sb 375 and several other state mandates, such as affordable-housing goals. It is also an attempt to lower carbon emissions, densify and diversify our neighborhoods
R44 is a designation of zoning that refers to (R) residential units only and (44) forty-four living units allowed per 1 acre of land. R44 is an older zoning reference to RM3-7 which designates a maximum density of 1 dwelling unit per 1000 square foot of lot space. The ‘M’ designates “Multi” (multi-residential) as opposed to
The 60ft Height Issue originated in Feb of 2014 when the City of San Diego released its Morena Blvd Station Area Planning Study attempting to amend our Community Plan allowing developers to build new low cost apartments and condominiums up to 60 feet in compliance with the City’s goal of Transit Oriented Development (i.e. high-density living units
Our INDEX tab will take visitors to most of the important official and unofficial documents regarding both the Morena Specific Plan and the Clairemont Community Plan Update that are currently underway. Design Guidelines -Morena Specific Plan Area Trolley Site Plans- Tecolote Rd, Clairemont Dr., & Balboa Ave. Shoreline Proposal– Restaurant to be built where
Review the Morena Study and Specific Plan The Morena Blvd Station Area Planning Study was initiated by the City of San Diego Planning Department to comply with the goals and visions of the SANDAG Comprehensive Regional Plan, and the San Diego City General Plan to urbanize and densify our neighborhoods in compliance with sb375. The ‘Study’