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May 31, 1991 | DIRK SUTRO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The San Diego Planning Commission has approved a controversial addition to the Jonas Salk Institute, originally designed by architect Louis Kahn. The plan was approved unanimously at a Thursday meeting, with Dr. Jonas Salk appearing to speak in favor. Although relatives of the late architect have banded together to lobby against the addition, no one spoke against the proposal at the meeting. Fifteen letters were received by the commission, a majority of them in opposition to the plan.
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May 27, 2000 | From Associated Press
A plan to transform a struggling municipal airport into a major air-cargo facility has suffered a setback with a San Diego Planning Commission vote against the proposal's environmental impact report. The commission voted 3-1 late Thursday to reject the report, citing inadequate information and concerns over a lack of full disclosure from developers. The decision, however, has only minimal impact because four votes were needed to represent a majority of the panel. Three commission members withdrew from voting because of potential conflicts of interest.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 31, 1985
Developers and landowners in the Mission Hills, Banker's Hill and Hillcrest areas Thursday persuaded the San Diego Planning Commission to postpone decisions on two controversial measures to restrict construction in neighborhood canyons. The commission will decide June 20 whether to approve a one-year moratorium on development in the canyons.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 31, 1991 | DIRK SUTRO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The San Diego Planning Commission has approved a controversial addition to the Jonas Salk Institute, originally designed by architect Louis Kahn. The plan was approved unanimously at a Thursday meeting, with Dr. Jonas Salk appearing to speak in favor. Although relatives of the late architect have banded together to lobby against the addition, no one spoke against the proposal at the meeting. Fifteen letters were received by the commission, a majority of them in opposition to the plan.
NEWS
May 27, 2000 | From Associated Press
A plan to transform a struggling municipal airport into a major air-cargo facility has suffered a setback with a San Diego Planning Commission vote against the proposal's environmental impact report. The commission voted 3-1 late Thursday to reject the report, citing inadequate information and concerns over a lack of full disclosure from developers. The decision, however, has only minimal impact because four votes were needed to represent a majority of the panel. Three commission members withdrew from voting because of potential conflicts of interest.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 20, 1987
We thank The Times and reporter Anthony Perry for covering the San Diego Planning Commission meeting of Sept. 10. However, we would like to point out some inaccuracies and misconceptions in the article of Sept. 11, "Battle of the San Dieguito River Valley Heats Up." The article stated that environmentalists wish to preserve the western San Dieguito River Valley (between Interstate 5 and old El Camino Real) in "open space, bean fields or horse ranches." The article repeats landowners' statements that they are being somehow threatened with "inverse condemnation" and having their land rendered "undevelopable through zoning."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 14, 1992
The San Diego Planning Commission has approved a proposal that would permit migrant workers' camps in semirural parts of the city, if the camps are upgraded to meet health and safety standards. The measure moves to the City Council for consideration next month after Thursday's 4-1 Planning Commission vote.
REAL ESTATE
May 25, 1986
Plans for construction of the $6.5-million Cresta Mesa Retirement Center on 10 acres at 611 Cresta Drive, Encinitas, have been approved by the San Diego County Planning Commission. The center, when completed in the summer of 1987, will contain 125 residential units and 59 rooms in a separate skilled nursing facility, as well as a dining service, activity rooms, pool, spa and daily transportation service. The project is being developed by R. J. Clark Development Corp.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 20, 1987
We thank The Times and reporter Anthony Perry for covering the San Diego Planning Commission meeting of Sept. 10. However, we would like to point out some inaccuracies and misconceptions in the article of Sept. 11, "Battle of the San Dieguito River Valley Heats Up." The article stated that environmentalists wish to preserve the western San Dieguito River Valley (between Interstate 5 and old El Camino Real) in "open space, bean fields or horse ranches." The article repeats landowners' statements that they are being somehow threatened with "inverse condemnation" and having their land rendered "undevelopable through zoning."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 31, 1985
Developers and landowners in the Mission Hills, Banker's Hill and Hillcrest areas Thursday persuaded the San Diego Planning Commission to postpone decisions on two controversial measures to restrict construction in neighborhood canyons. The commission will decide June 20 whether to approve a one-year moratorium on development in the canyons.
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