Plans for the Chula Vista bayfront are now up for review.

The Unified Port of San Diego has drawn up a draft of the environmental impact report that accompanies the plans for the 562-acre project, which is slated to include a convention center and hotels, offices and parkland. The public can review and comment on the environmental plans before Nov. 27.

The Port Commission’s consideration of the environmental impact report will be held at a future meeting that has not yet been scheduled.

The plans can be viewed at the port’s website or at various locations around San Diego Bay. These include the city of San Diego’s downtown library and four libraries in Chula Vista – county, Civic Center, Eastlake and South Chula Vista.


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