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Balloon March in San Diego may return to mark the height of new density limits.

April 15, 2019

The Red Balloon marking the 60 ft height limit was raised in San Diego.


That balloon marks 60′ – the height where San Diego’s planners and developers want to build! San Diego’s red trolleys are colorful and popular with a small number of commuters…

After decades of working behind-the-scenes, with very little “real” community participation, our city and county planners are attempting to ramrod their trolley project before the end of this decade. Development and construction interests pushed for 60′ high rezoning, and stand to reap huge benefits from the juggernaut! http://www.raisetheballoon.com/undert…

TRANSIT BEFORE DENSITY

What We Want

California is in an affordable housing crisis. Debate about what has caused, and what will fix the crisis rages as the price of homes skyrocket.  Whatever the fix, it needs to come fast.

Current state legislators have introduced new legislation, sb50 and sb330, that claims the fix is in the problem: too many single family homes and not enough multi-family homes.

But before that “fix” is applied, San Diego needs a viable, connected and properly planned transit system from SANDAG before disastrous removals of parking regulations and height limits, and implementations of mandatory density quotas are forced upon us that the current legislation proposes.

RTB is a grassroots organizing platform that seeks to raise the public awareness and empower all San Diegans to engage in the planning process of our county… (more)

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