Carmel Valley Planning Board to review revised One Paseo project at Jan. 24 meeting; Location of meeting moved to CCA auditorium
By Karen Billing
Due to the level of interest in the One Paseo project, the Carmel Valley Community Planning Board is moving its Jan. 24 meeting from the Carmel Valley Library to the Canyon Crest Academy auditorium. The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. and will only have the revised One Paseo project on the agenda.
Kilroy Realty released revised plans in November, bringing the square footage down to 1.4 million square feet from 2 million, deleting plans for a 10-story office building and a hotel. The revised plans also have lowered building heights, reduced floor area ratios, more open space and increased setbacks all around the perimeter of the project, allowing for buildings to be set farther back from El Camino Real and Del Mar Heights.
Some project opponents have said that they still find the reduced plans too big and out of character with the community and have continued concerns about traffic.
In addition to the Jan. 24 meeting, Kilroy also held an informational Open House at its offices on Jan. 10 that was attended by more than 100 people.
The other items that were set for the Jan. 24 Carmel Valley planning board agenda were moved to special meeting that will be held on Jan. 17 at 5 p.m. at the Pardee Homes offices at 6025 Edgewood Bend Court, San Diego, 92130.
The Jan. 17 agenda includes a permit for a personal training home business on Roxton Court; the increase of the speed limit to 30 mph on Carmel Park Drive; a parcel map revision for a Pacific Highlands Ranch unit; and the Village at Pacific Highlands Ranch’s redesign under the new ownership.
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