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Planning Commission approves Aqueduct Road subdivision


Last updated 1/7/2016 at Noon

The county's Planning Commission approved a nine-lot residential subdivision on the east side of Aqueduct Road north of Via Urner Way.

The Planning Commission's 6-0 vote Dec. 11, with David Pallinger absent, approved the tentative map for the 38.4-acre parcel owned by Donald and Debra Dabbs. A private road from Old Highway 395 will provide access to the project at its southeast corner while an emergency access road will connect an internal cul-de-sac to Aqueduct Road.

The property has A70 Limited Agriculture zoning and is currently in use as a nursery. The land ranges in elevation between 800 and 880 feet. The Rainbow Municipal Water District will provide water to the lots while sewage will be handled by individual septic systems.

The private road will have a paved width of 30 feet and a graded width of 38 feet while the cul-de-sac will have a paved radius of 36 feet and a graded radius of 40 feet. The emergency access road to Aqueduct Road will have a paved width of 16 feet and a graded width of 20 feet with turnarounds on each side of the gate.

Old Highway 395 will be restriped from Via Urner Way to approximately 300 feet north of the road easement to accommodate 11-foot-wide travel lanes, an 11-foot-wide left turn lane, and five-foot-wide bicycle lanes.

The Bonsall Sponsor Group voted 3-1 in March 2012 to recommend approval of the project with an emergency access road.


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