This blatant disregard for the environmental review process, honesty with findings, and lack of leadership is hard to imagine after the firestorms we’ve witnessed statewide and locally. A project with significant wildfire history, with limited evacuation routes, and removal of the evidence as to the seriousness of this project’s risk–should not be approved. Thanks to San Diego’s Board of Supervisors, it was. Far too often residents are forced to evacuate during wind-driven wildfires on gridlocked streets. If we can’t trust our elected leaders to approve safe projects, who can we trust?
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