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Town Hall meeting likely as result of FCPG items

Joe Naiman

Village News Reporter

Four items on the April 17 agenda of the Fallbrook Community Planning Group will likely merit a Town Hall meeting in the near future to address the subjects.

The meeting included County of San Diego presentations on the housing blueprint plan and cannabis ordinance. A planning group committee created to study the county’s decarbonization report also gave a presentation. The meeting also included a discussion on the homeless situation in Fallbrook.

“We want to make our voices heard,” said planning group chair Eileen Delaney.

A date for the Town Hall meeting has not yet been set. “I encourage all residents to attend,” Delaney said. “It could really impact our community and our rural way of life.”

Three 14-0 votes, with one member absent, will convey to the county the planning group’s concerns about the impacts of the housing blueprint plan, the cannabis ordinance, and the decarbonization report. The planning group did not take a vote on addressing the homeless situation. “We want to discuss it and see what we can do,” Delaney said. “It’s becoming much worse.”

 

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