Wildomar's officials and key staff members never took the necessary legal steps to adopt or "borrow" Riverside County's General Plan, and they never made any attempt to creative a Wildomar Specific General Plan during the 30-month period in which they were legally required to do so. This situation gets worse the more you know about it. The City not only failed to create a Wildomar General Plan, but also failed to obtain an extension of the 30-month deadline.
According to my sources, the initial city council members discussed the need for a Wildomar Specific General Plan, but then summarily dismissed the idea as being too difficult and far too expensive to tackle. They appear to have been unconcerned about the legal requirements.
The city has scheduled what they are calling "Workshop #2" on this General Plan Update as part of their regular planning commission meeting, Wednesday evening, March 5th - which means it may be one of the shortest workshops on record.
In the meantime, I am still trying to wrap my mind around just how the city feels it can amend, append or update a version of a document they never legally adopted. It's a real quandary!
Here's a link to the full article and other details:
Funny thing about the people managing to get some of my recent comments/replies deleted - not just once but repeatedly - they tell you that I am insignificant and that my opinions are all nonsense, but evidently they are so afraid people might consider what I say that they trick the Patch system to have them deleted.
The fact that these people are so afraid of my comments should make any intelligent person want to read them.
Anyone who wants to prevent you from seeing or hearing opposing thoughts has something to hide. Beware of these people who are so determined to censor and control what you read!
I have restored the two latest deletions for your reading pleasure and am letting people know about these dirty, childish tricks.
Martha L. Bridges February 26, 2014 at 12:46 PM