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Rotary hears from Platt

 

Last updated 7/1/2018 at 8:16am

From left, Karen Utley, Teresa Platt and Sandy Maruca attend the Fallbrook Village Rotary's meeting at the 127 West Social House June 5.

FALLBROOK – Teresa Platt was the speaker at the Fallbrook Village Rotary meeting, June 5.

Platt, who worked to save Gird Valley from high-density development following the closure of the Fallbrook Golf Club, shared her thoughts on the Bonsall Unified School District's proposal to build a 1,500-student high school at the northern edge of the district in Fallbrook's Gird Valley.

Platt said the proposed site has lost at the ballot box five times since 1978, most recently in 2016. A sixth attempt is scheduled for November 2018.

Platt shared the research she did for www.SaveGirdValley.com....



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SaveGirdValley writes:

Thanks for publishing this. Edited out was Platt's recommendation that Mello Roos fees be used to pay for large infrastructure projects such as schools. She also urged those opposed to sprawl to run for the BUSD school board this fall. There will be four seats open. You can read more at SaveGirdValley.com

 
 
 

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