Another good article in the San Diego Union-Tribune pointing out several issues that remain unresolved despite Safari Highlands Ranch, “the largest residential development to come before the Escondido City Council in decades,” proceeding with the EIR release.
“The environmental report lists several impacts that cannot be mitigated, including traffic, noise and air pollution….”
“Another big hurdle the developer will face is the issue of staffing a new fire station…the millions of dollars needed to staff it with equipment, firefighters and paramedics over the coming years would be the city’s responsibility.”
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