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Update from The Real Families for San Marcos (Anti Brookfield development group)

Update from The Real Families for San Marcos (Anti Brookfield development group)

Have you all signed the petition for the building of 200+ townhomes past the firehouse…before the new neighborhood of Rancho Tesoro? Despite many residents fighting this during January’s meeting, city council voted for it anyway…not caring about the residents concerns. In order to stop them…we need a referendum – about 6,000 signatures the next couple weeks.

This development will attend Double Peak. Residents want concerns of traffic and overcrowded schools addressed first.

If you haven’t signed, here are some dates:
Upcoming petition hours at Starbucks (on S. Twin Oaks Valley Rd. next to Flippin Pizza)

* Mon, Feb 5, 6-8pm
* Wed, Feb 7, 6-8pm
* Wed, Feb 16, 6-8pm
* Mon, Feb 19, 6-8pm
* Wed, Feb 21, 6-8pm

Must be San Marcos resident and registered voter!

Brookfield has started their own campaign, creating fake accounts and asking for signatures to UNSIGN the petition.


READ MORE: Residents decry San Marcos housing development approval – The Coast News Group

Facebook Pages:

Pro Brookfield Homes on Twin Oaks Website & Facebook Page

Anti Brookfield Homes on Twin Oaks Facebook Page

Lane closures scheduled along Twin Oaks Valley Road

Beginning Monday, July 18, multiple lane closures have been scheduled along S. Twin Oaks Valley Rd. from Village Drive to Double Peak School. Traffic may be affected Monday through Friday from 9 am to 4 pm in order to accommodate construction of a potable water line for the new Rancho Coronado housing development.

All lane closures are expected to be lifted by Friday, August 5. Delays in the schedule may occur due to inclement weather conditions or other unforeseen conditions.

Although two-way traffic will be maintained along S. Twin Oaks Valley Rd, motorists can expect intermittent detours at S. Village Drive. Flaggers may be posted to help facilitate traffic flow.

Traffic delays are anticipated and motorists are encouraged to use alternate routes or leave early to get to destinations on time.