La Jolla planning group overhauls its appeal procedure

La Jolla Community Planning Association trustees are moving to overhaul policies governing filing appeals on development projects, voting to do so automatically when a city or state governmental body approves a project the group has rejected by a two-thirds or more majority vote. The group voted 8-6-1 for the change.

To ensure the planning group is represented when the hearings at the city level, the board voted 14-0-1 to direct that president, should members be unable to attend any hearings, to designate an alternate who sided with the majority on the project/issue, to attend the hearing.

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  4. Planning group rejects Bishop's School request for variance on library height
  5. Greyhound adoption event set for Saturday in La Jolla

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Posted by Dave Schwab on Dec 6, 2010. Filed under La Jolla, News. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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