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Borrego Wins Battle of Rudyville

By J. David Garmon, M.D. President, Tubb Canyon Desert Conservancy Before an overflow crowd, the San Diego County Board of Supervisors delivered the knockout punch to Rudyville in a 3 – 2 vote at their Sept. 12 hearing. With... — Updated 10/8/2018

 
 By Michael Sadler    News

RUDYVILLE – R.I.P

The final public Hearing before the San Diego County Board of Supervisors on DS-24, the Borrego Country Estates’ (aka Rudyville) request for increased housing density, was the culmination of more than a decade of controversy. According to Hearing attendees, it was nip and tuck... — Updated 10/5/2018

 

FINAL RUDYVILLE MEETING

The days are cutting close to the final determination of Rudyville’s request for increased zoning density at its hearing Sept. 12 with the San Diego County Board of Supervisors. If you would like to speak at the hearing, you must turn in a Speakers Request Form before the... — Updated 9/10/2018

 

BWD Sends Letter to Board of Supervisors on Rudyville

The Borrego Water District, via a July 18 letter under the signature of BWD Board President Beth Hart, sent the County Board of Supervisors a request for consideration of Borrego’s water-related issues at the Sept. 12 public hearing. The BWD letter includes the following paragra... — Updated 9/7/2018

 

Supervisors Meeting, Rudyville

Get your voice heard, and be sure to attend the final determination of Rudyville’s request for increased zoning density at its hearing at 9 a.m. Sept. 12 with the San Diego County Board of Supervisors. The hearing will be on the third floor in room 310 at the County... — Updated 9/6/2018

 

Rudyville Showdown Set for September

The final vote on Rudyville’s request for increased zoning density on 170 acres of pristine desert habitat will take place Wednesday Sept. 12 at a hearing before the San Diego County Board of Supervisors. The hearing will be held at the County Administration Center at 1600... — Updated 8/21/2018

 

Chamber Promotes Commerce

In reply to “What is that Stench at the Chamber?” headline in the last issue of the Borrego Sun, to the other Letters to the Editor and articles in the Sun, Facebook posts and comments, emails, voice messages, phone calls, and in person comments, please be assured, I have... — Updated 8/7/2018

 

"What is the Stench at the Chamber?"

In a recent editorial (Borrego Sun, 6/14/18), Linda Haddock, the Executive Director of the Borrego Springs Chamber of Commerce, noted she had never heard one per- son publicly support Rudyville in the 12 years the Borrego Springs community has been discussing it. This notable... — Updated 7/16/2018

 

"Hope to Heed the Recommendation"

Going into the June 22 Planning Commission meeting to discuss the proposed development known as Rudyville, I felt there would be no reason to grant an exception to the density limits called for by the County General Plan. The Planning Commission’s staff had done comprehensive... — Updated 7/16/2018

 

BWD Letter to CPC on Rudyville

The Board of Directors of the Borrego Water District (“District”) wishes to provide its input to the San Diego County (“County”) Planning and Development Services staff, Planning Commission and Board of Supervisors regarding the County’s proposed action on the DS-8 and... — Updated 7/2/2018

 

Chamber Abandons Consensus on Rudyville

By J. David Garmon, MD President, Tubb Canyon Desert Conservancy For 12 years the residents and institutions of Borrego Springs have unanimously opposed a proposed residential development on pristine desert land that goes by various names. Its out-of-town owners/investors call it... — Updated 7/2/2018

 
 By Michael Sadler    News

RUDYVILLE: A Suprise 20% Solution

At least 60 Borregans wearing white golf caps sat in the San Diego County Planning Commission public hearing room June 22 for a few minutes in stunned silence, all momentarily confused about the vote just taken by the seven-member commission. And then everyone realized the... — Updated 7/2/2018

 

Planning Department Recommends Denying Rudyville Request

By J. David Garmon MD President, Tubb Canyon Desert Conservancy On June 8, 2018 the San Diego County Department of Planning and Development Services (DPDS) announced its recommendation to the County Planning Commission to deny the... — Updated 6/29/2018

 

"Stop Rudyville" Seeks More Signatures, Bus Riders

The “Stop Rudyville” petition drive has gathered over 400 signatures ahead of the County Planning Department meeting on Friday, June 22, but organizers are seeking more. And the chartered bus to take folks to the meeting still has room for 12 passengers. The bus will start... — Updated 6/18/2018

 

Rudyville: Hearing Conflict

By J. David Garmon MD President, Tubb Canyon Desert Conservancy After more than a decade of hearings, studies, reports, and meetings, the fate of Rudyville will be determined this year, 2018, at two hearings in San Diego. The first hearing will be before the County Planning... — Updated 6/1/2018

 

Borrego Rejects Rudyville... AGAIN

By J. David Garmon, MD President, Tubb Canyon Desert Conservancy In a unanimous, 7 – 0, vote the Borrego Springs Community Sponsor Group rejected Rudyville's Property Specific Request (PSR) to increase its zoning density from... — Updated 3/17/2018

 

Sun Endorses Jim Desmond For District 5 Supervisor

Of the potential candidates for San Diego County's non-partisan seat for 5th District Supervisor in California's June primary to replace term-limited Bill Horn, Democrat challenger Esther Sanchez has dropped out, leaving only two... — Updated 3/14/2018

 

Rudyville Alert

After a decade of hearings and studies, the fate of Rudyville will be decided in 2018 by a vote of the San Diego County Board of Supervisors. Rudyville's request to increase its density to one home per acre, for a total of 170 homes, will be decided in 2018. The county has... — Updated 1/19/2018

 

Rudyville – The Home Stretch

J. David Garmon, MD President, Tubb Canyon Desert Conservancy With the County’s publication of the long-awaited Supplemental Environmental Impact Report (SEIR) on December 14, 2017, the saga of Rudyville (referred to as DS-24 by the County) is in the home stretch. The publicatio... — Updated 1/11/2018

 

Rudyville Update

Rudyville (aka DS-24) is one of 41 active Property Specific Requests (PSRs) in San Diego County, each seeking approval from the County Board of Supervisors for proposed Amendments to the County's General Plan. Most of the PSRs... — Updated 11/23/2016

 
 By SAM WEBB    Letters

Letter to Supervisor Horn

(Sent to: Supervisor San Diego County Board of Supervisors, 5th District) I would like San Diego County to consider acquiring the Rudyville (DS24 Project) property in Borrego Springs for the purpose of converting it into a San... — Updated 5/1/2016

 
 By Yolandi Jooste    News

Borrego Chamber of Commerce - Meeting

Borrego Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau met for their monthly meeting on April 19, at 8 a.m. Mike Harrison attended the meeting on behalf of Congressman Duncan D. Hunter; representing the congressman here in Borrego... — Updated 4/25/2016

 

Borrego Springs - Rudyville CSG Meeting

The Community Sponsor Group meeting regarding 'Rudyville' (AKA DS 8 and DS 24) saw over 150 Borregans in attendance April 7. While the County of San Diego's representatives for the Property Specific Requests (PSR) were met with... — Updated 4/14/2016

 

Borrego Springs - 'Rudyville' Over the Years, Part IV

Fourth part of our four part look at the hystory of 'Rudyville' ahead of the public hearing April 7. Vol. 58, No. 7 Borrego Springs, California April 2, 2009 County will require full EIR on ‘Rudyville’ By Maris Brancheau A proposed subdivision in southern Borrego Springs that... — Updated 4/6/2016

 

Borrego Springs - 'Rudyville' Over the Years

With the public hearing for “Rudyville” set for April 7, it is worth looking back on the past in order to make an informed decision on the future. Reports from the Sun in regards to 'Rudyville' over the years, will be released in four parts. The first part can be seen below.... — Updated 4/1/2016

 

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