TWENTYNINE PALMS PLANNING COMMISSION MEETS, LOOKS AT “CLUSTERING” IN THE GENERAL PLAN

TWENTYNINE PALMS PLANNING COMMISSION MEETS, LOOKS AT “CLUSTERING” IN THE GENERAL PLAN

The Twentynine Palms Planning Commission met last night. Reporter Derwood Andrews said the entire meeting was taken up by discussion of elements of the City’s new General Plan…
The Twentynine Palms Planning Commission met last night with one item, but a biggie—a study session on draft elements of the General Plan, inclusive of the GPAC and City Council comments. Accuracy and clarification was the order of the night along with a lot of agreement with the General Plan Advisory Committee’s (GPAC) findings. Specifically, Councilman Corbin’s recommendation on clustering and what a good Planning Commission tool it was, although there was some debate over the use of the words “in perpetuity” in regard to the use of open land left after clustering. “Nothing lasts forever,” said Vice Chair Mendoza, but the words were left in, in case it does. Several items were left for the “nitty gritty” of the Development Code review in the near future and the general review on the General Plan continues on January 31.

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