Neighbors Oppose Self-Storage Project in Lake Elsinore, Calif.

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Despite opposition from neighbors, the Lake Elsinore Planning Commission in Lake Elsinore, Calif., continues to back plans for a self-storage facility bordered by mobile homes and a park. 

Costa Mesa businessman Mike Dunn hopes to construct three buildings with 217 storage units on 2.7 acres at the northeast corner of Palomar Street and Corydon Road. The project would also include parking for 61 recreational vehicles and boats.

Final approval requires an industrial design review by the city council and the council's declaration that the business won't interfere with a regional habitat conservation plan.

The project has already faced some opposition from neighbors who claim that while the facility plans are aesthetically pleasing they do not want a self-storage facility on that tract of land, which has a park-like appearance with eucalyptus and oak trees.

Source:  The Californian,  Lake Elsinore: Commission Endorses Self-Storage Project
 

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