The Chino Hills Planning Commission meeting this week and agreed with the staff report that the clear and documented intent of the 1994 General Plan was to zone the 3000 acres in southeastern Chino Hills as 1 unit per 40 acres. The Planning Commission received and filed the staff report. This, in effect, leaves the General Plan language as it is but with the clear interpretation now in the record regarding the City Council intent. After some discussion they also decided unanimously they did not want to initiate any changes to that designation. The next step is approval by the City Council. This validates our position and is a clear win for the hills.
Planning Commission Confirms Our Position
on July 9, 2015 with No Comments