County to discuss road option

Tuesday, April 25, 2006, 7:46 —by Declan
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County to discuss road option
By: North County Times -
San Diego County officials have scheduled several meetings with community groups to discuss options for improving roads in unincorporated areas so the routes can handle the traffic expected to be generated by new growth in the backcountry over the next couple decades

The county has been working for years on General Plan 2020, an update and rewrite of its long-term blueprint for growth in areas outside the region’s 18 cities. As part of that effort, said planner Bob Citrano, the county is refining options for widening existing roads and building new ones.

Through the series of discussions, one of which was held Monday night in Fallbrook, the county is outlining how improvements would be made in individual neighborhoods, Citrano said.

“These meetings are opportunities for the planning groups to hear the staff’s recommendation on a proposed road network and provide feedback,” he said.

The planning groups advise the county on policy matters. After the round of meetings, Citrano said planners hope to finalize a proposal and take it to the Board of Supervisors for their consideration in July.

Upcoming North County meetings with area planning groups include:

- Wednesday, 6 p.m., Twin Oaks Valley, at Twin Oaks High School, 158 Cassou Road.
- Wednesday, 7 p.m., Rainbow, at The Grange, Rainbow Valley Boulevard at Fifth Street.
- Thursday, 7 p.m., San Dieguito, at Rancho Santa Fe Fire Department, 16936 El Fuego.
- Monday, 7 p.m., Valley Center, at Valley Center Middle School, 28102 N. Lake Wohlford Road.
- April 27, 7 p.m., Hidden Meadows, at The Pavilion, 10101 Meadow Glen Way East.
- May 3, 7 p.m., Pala-Pauma area, at Pauma Valley Community Center, 16658 Highway 76.
- May 11, 7 p.m., San Dieguito, at Rancho Santa Fe Fire Department, 16936 El Fuego.

Information about the project is available online at and by calling the county Department of Planning and Land Use at (619) 615-8289.

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