Guest Commentary

By Diana Scheffler

One Paseo Plaza imperils integrity of land use plans

Community plans, like budgets, are made to be amended, but surely the integrity of such plans should be preserved. How much amendment is too much? Is it important to uphold the policies and recommendations that community plans provide for growth or can a community’s desire to shape the way in which it evolves be thrown aside for the sake of developing a more financially lucrative project?

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Diana Scheffler

Scheffler is an architect and 40-year resident of Torrey Pines. She is past board member of the Torrey Pines Community Planning Group and a member of the What Price Main Street steering committee, ...

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