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Construction Agenda: National City looking at transportation planning

The first week of December is a quiet one, with few construction updates happening at municipalities.

On Tuesday in National City, the City Council is scheduled to approve an agreement with KTU+A Planning and Landscape Architecture for an amount not to exceed $270,000 to provide transportation planning and public outreach services for implementation of National City’s SMART…Foundation.

The Chula Vista City Council on Tuesday is expected to approve a new citywide LED street light specification, update the subdivision manual and design/construction standards, and amend the design-build agreement with Southern Contracting Inc. for a retrofitting project.

Also Tuesday, the Carlsbad City Council is planning to approve development permits for a 2,816-square-foot expansion to an existing 5,263-square-foot commercial building, and for the construction of a 7,261-square-foot freestanding commercial building on a 1.75-acre parcel located on the southwest corner of Palomar Airport Road and Armada Drive.

On Wednesday, the county Board of Supervisors meeting is slated to allow bid openings for the Felicita Park Turf and Playground Improvements Project.

The San Diego Planning Commission has adjourned its regularly scheduled Thursday meeting until Dec. 13.

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