Pacific Highlands Ranch petition circulates

A petition is circulating around Pacific Highlands Ranch in support of requiring Pardee Homes to make a guarantee about hours of use at the incoming Village Center and deliver on the promise of a grocery store.

Beth Fischer, president of the San Diego division of Pardee Homes, responded to the concerns at the June 8 Carmel Valley Community Planning Board meeting. So far, the petition has gathered 58 signatures.

Pacific Highlands Ranch resident Karen Dubey feels that there was a bit of a “bait and switch” on the grocery store. She said as plans for the center were presented to the homeowners, they always included a grocery store but Pardee did not guarantee a grocery store.

Fischer said they didn’t want to make that guarantee because they don’t want to restrict themselves on their permit.

Related posts:

  1. Pardee representative responds to concerns regarding Village Center
  2. Speak up now on plan for Pacific Highlands Ranch core
  3. Council OKs 27-acre Pacific Highlands Ranch development
  4. Pacific Highlands Ranch: A failed concept or failure in execution?
  5. Loop Road change under review

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