A Glendale redevelopment official said he will ask the City Council to reconsider a proposal to control growth by strictly limiting the height of buildings on the borders of the downtown redevelopment area.
The council Tuesday rejected the plan by a 3-2 vote, saying it would unfairly discriminate against landowners on the periphery of the downtown area.
The proposal was designed to curtail increases in traffic, according to redevelopment officials who introduced the plan in September.
Councilman Carl W. Raggio, redevelopment agency chairman, said he will ask the council to review its action after a study session on traffic problems Dec. 15.
Raggio and Councilman Jerold F. Milner opposed the council action, asking for a delay. "I really believe we are going to make a mistake by acting on this without the input of the traffic study," Raggio said.