Supervisors approve buffer zone agreement in Pala
Last updated 9/4/2008 at Noon
The San Diego County Board of Supervisors approved an encroachment protection agreement to maintain a military buffer zone for a 37.8-acre site in Pala planned for purchase.
The supervisors’ 5-0 vote August 6 authorized the encroachment protection agreement with the Department of the Navy and also set a September 17 hearing date to acquire the parcel adjacent to Mount Olympus Preserve. The property would be purchased from the Lavonne A. Lauderbaugh Trust for $416,000, and the Navy would contribute half of that amount.
Mount Olympus separates Rainbow from Pala, and the draft North County...