Deny SD15 Property Specific Request General Plan Amendment

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Chris Bello
3 years ago
Signing for all the reasons listed above ... especially for all traffic-related matters. SEH lacks the infrastructure for more building—as proven anytime we’ve tried to evacuate for a fire and it took well over an hour to get from downtown SEH to Rancho Santa Fe Road.

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tim tranquill
3 years ago
San Elijo Road can not handle any more traffic let alone the existing traffic. There's no way to expand the road. It already sounds like a freeway all day long. The schools are over filled and the school traffic makes it impossible to go anywhere during drop off hours and you want to add more people and cars?

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Pete Walker
3 years ago
Agree to all these reasons

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Lisa Pohl
3 years ago
We need to limit overcrowding in our community. Traffic is already unbearable and the schools are packed to the rim.

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Shelley Fontaine
3 years ago
We oppose this general plan amendement as it is not safe for the community without siginciant new roads being developed to divert traffic. This would create a dangerous and deathly situation in the even of an emergency evacuation. It’s alreasy dangerous and this would through fuel in the fire.

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Kay Greenwood
3 years ago
I live on a bit of land, where I have horses to teach kids how to ride, after school. I have to evacuate every time we're in danger here, and there are only two ways out. None of these projects builds an additional rode to exit their community, but jam up the existing ones. Waiting in a long line of stagnant desperate people, with only two horses in a trailer and kissing the rest goodbye, due to blocked roads, only add to our major concerns of living in a fire prone and extreme area. We are unsafe if more homes are built. They are not for middle class or low income. That land is more inland and safer for a community.

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Morgan Stevenson
3 years ago
I care about the proper growth, safety and value of my neighborhood and community and am greatly concerned by these proposed changes.

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Kelly Hill
3 years ago
Our schools are already impacted and and our roads can not handle additional traffic! Safety during evacuations is a matter of life or death.

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Terry Banister
3 years ago
Overpopulation is destroying our quality of life!

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Erin Martinez
3 years ago
Schools and roads can’t support .