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RCPG Monthly Meeting To Discuss Village Design Plan Dec. 6

The meeting, which usually begins at 7 p.m., will start at 6:30 p.m. Thursday

The Ramona Community Planning Group will be discussing the Village Design Plan Thursday, causing a bump up in time from their usual 7:00 p.m. meetings.

On Dec. 6, the planning group will gather at the community room in the Ramona Library at 6:30 p.m. for their monthly meeting. On the agenda is a joint meeting of the Ramona Community Planning Group, Ramona Design Review Board and the Ramona Village Design Committee to review and discuss the Ramona Village Center Form-Based Code. Action is required for the item.

RCPG Secretary Kristi Mansolf said group President Jim Piva is expecting the Village Design Plan discussion to last at least an hour.

Other items on the agenda include the discussion of the Highland Valley/Dye Road/SR 67 intersection project, the expansion of Spirit of Joy Lutheran Church and the Barnett Ranch Preserve in association with the San Vicente Road Improvements Project.

Check out the attached agenda for a list of all the items that will be discussed at the meeting and make sure you note of the time change of the meeting: 6:30 p.m. Dec. 6.

Lezley Knott December 06, 2012 at 12:13 AM
Get rid of those stupid trees in front of all of the business and Town Hall and get something that grows taller, or shrubs. All of these people are worried about business in Ramona, yet these trees hide the businesses right on Main Street.
Janice McCormick December 06, 2012 at 01:39 AM
I used to go to these meetings. They are only advisory, so nothing ever gets done. I stopped going when Jim Piva became the president. Lately the rest of the committe has started to figure out that jim is just interested in jim and nothing he ever says is accurate or happens. The last meeting i went to plenty of them were just rolling thier eyes and snickering at jimmy. Thanks for reporting on the meetings, it is less paiful to read about it then to actually attend.

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