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Accretive asks indefinite delay on Lilac Hills Ranch vote by Supervisors

Accretive Investments Inc. has asked the County of San Diego to indefinitely delay the Board of Supervisors vote on the Lilac Hills Ranch project.

Accretive’s Randy Goodson cited a recent California Supreme Court case where a major development north of Los Angeles was stopped because its environmental impact report did not adequately address the effects it would have on the state’s carbon emissions.

The Accretive CEO said that the company needed to study how this decision might affect its ability to build the 1,743 unit development that it proposes for land on the I-15 Corridor near West Lilac. 

The vote on the project had already been delayed from October when the Fair Political Practices Commission made its advisory ruling that Fifth District Supervisor Horn would not be able to vote on it.

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