Planning board approves landscaping project in Carmel Valley public right-of-ways

By Kristina Houck

Several sites throughout Carmel Valley will receive facelifts after the Carmel Valley Community Planning Board April 24 approved a project that will landscape public right-of-ways in the community.

Funded by Carmel Valley Facilities Benefit Assessment fees, the $250,000 project will landscape five areas throughout the region, including on El Camino Real near the Arco gas station; Worsch Drive off Del Mar Trails; Carmel Knolls Drive near Azzuro Court; and two sites along state Route 56 near the Sea Breeze development.

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  3. Carmel Valley planning board to discuss One Paseo project Feb. 27
  4. Carmel Valley planning board approves speed limit change on Carmel Park Drive
  5. No position taken yet on One Paseo project, Carmel Valley planning board chair says

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