The city of San Diego has posted a revised general plan online for the public to view over the next few weeks leading up to the Planning Commission’s review of the proposal in November.

The general plan is a document that lays out the city’s strategy for growth, spelling out the type and scale of development that is projected for the community and how it will impact neighborhoods, transportation, jobs and demographics. It serves as a broad framework that is then built upon more specifically in community plans.

The Planning Commission is scheduled to review the plan proposed by city staff on Nov. 1 with the possibility of a second hearing on Nov. 8. The council’s Land Use and Housing Committee is slated to review the general plan on Dec. 5, with the full City Council weighing in sometime in 2008.


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