MMCPG Recommendations on the Mira Mesa Community Plan Update

On October 17, 2022, the Mira Mesa Community Planning Group made 13 recommendations on the proposed Community Plan Update to address deficiencies in public facilities, failure to meet the City standards established in the Parks Master Plan and other City policies, significant unmitigated impacts, and too much wishful thinking. The documents below are the recommendations,

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3Roots Master Plan

The 3Roots project was approved by the San Diego City Council on September 29, 2020 and should begin construction soon. The 3Roots EIR has been posted on the City website. It is listed as: 06/30/20 (Mira Mesa) 3Roots / Project No. 587128. It has 3 parts and several appendices. Mesa Canyon Community Partners proposed a

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Stone Creek

Stone Creek: The “Stone Creek” project is a  redevelopment plan for the 300 acre section of Carroll Canyon owned by Vulcan Materials Company. The site runs from about 1/2 mile west of Camino Ruiz to Black Mountain Road.The draft EIR for this project was released on June 26, 2020 and the comment period ended August

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Casa Mira View

Casa Mira View is a large residential project of approximately 2000 multi-family units currently under construction in the area north of Mira Mesa Blvd (north of Best Buy and the park and ride) between Westview Parkway and I-15. The project was approved by the Mira Mesa Community Planning Group at the July 2008 meeting. Environmental

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North City Pure Water Project

The North City Pure Water Project was reviewed by the Mira Mesa Community Planning Group on October 16, 2017. The Site Development Permit was approved unanimously, and there was an informational update on the Pump Station and Pipeline Project. The following information came from Keli Balo, Project Officer with the City of San Diego Public Utilities Department: Map showing pipeline

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