Bressi Ranch housing project gets the OK

The Coast News Group

By Steve Puterski

After a marathon session of presentations, discussions and remarks from the public, city council approved on Tuesday a controversial project in Bressi Ranch. After nearly four hours and 38 speakers, the council was swayed the mitigation measures for traffic and noise presented by Shea Homes was sufficient to move forward. In a 4-1 vote to amend the Bressi Ranch Master Plan, Councilwoman Cori Schumacher was the lone dissenting voice.

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