Supervisors approve cargo container ordinance
Last updated 5/3/2007 at Noon
The San Diego County Board of Supervisors approved an ordinance regulating the use of sea cargo containers.
The 4-1 vote April 18, with Supervisor Bill Horn in opposition, approves a total ban in historic districts other than temporary construction and a grace period for existing legal containers, color blending requirements, and adherence to setback and total accessory structure requirements along with restrictions on lots two acres or less where residential use is the primary use.
“It looks like what’s before us, with a little bit of tweaking, is a reasonable compromise,” said Sup...