Tuesday’s Planning Commission meeting will be the first time Santa Clarita residents can voice their opinion on the draft of One Valley, One Vision.
The 8,098-page document details the vision for the Santa Clarita Valley for at least the next 20 years. From land use, to air and water quality, to population growth, to potential building and annexation – all is discussed.
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Grouped into a hefty General Plan and an even heftier Environmental Impact Report, City planners spent ten years compiling the information for the potential of the City of Santa Clarita and the 53,000 acres of unincorporated Los Angeles County that surround it.
A 90-day public comment period has already begun and will close on December 22.
OVOV can be read in its entirety online by clicking here ; hard copies are available for viewing in the Planning Division at City Hall and at local libraries.
Tonight’s meeting is just the first in a series that will feature public hearings and presentations in which OVOV will be discussed.
At the November 16 meeting, a presentation is slated on land use and circulation. The document should reach the City Council by spring 2011.
Missing from the meeting will be a solution to Seventh Day Adventist Church dispute over its schools. First dealt with in July, the church asked to continue the operation of its K-8 elementary and preschool. At the July meeting, neighbors came forward complaining of noise and trash caused by the school’s students.
The church has asked that the Commission continue the item to the November 5 meeting as it spends time working with neighbors and reviewing similar schools in the area.
This will also be newly elected Lisa Eichman’s first meeting as a commissioner. Mayor Pro-tem Marsha McLean appointed Eichman in August.
The meeting begins tonight at 7 p.m. at City Hall.