Supervisors approve time limits for general plan amendment initiations, appeals
Last updated 8/21/2008 at Noon
Requests to initiate General Plan Amendments or to appeal a decision denying the authorization to proceed with such an initiation will now have time limits.
A July 23 vote by the San Diego County Board of Supervisors established a two-year limit from approval of a Plan Amendment Authorization to file a request for a General Plan Amendment and a ten-day limit on appealing a denial.
“It just established timelines for how long they’re good, they’ve valid,” said county Department of Planning and Land Use interim deputy director Jeff Murphy.
The Board of Supervisors policy which cover...