When I talked to Bill Anderson, the city’s land use chief, about the fire station plan we wrote about today, he said it wasn’t the only unfinished plan referenced in San Diego’s general plan — a 20-year guide to city development.

He said a master plan for the city’s parks was unfinished, too.

While the fire station plan is described as being completed, though, the general plan accurately reflects the status of the park plan.

Here’s what the general plan says:

The element also recommends that a comprehensive Parks Master Plan (PMP) be prepared to inventory and assess all City park lands …

Quite different from the description given to the fire plan, which is not finished:

A master plan for fire station construction has been developed to assure levels of service standards are attained for existing development and as future development occurs.


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