A proposal to build a 90,000-square foot self-storage facility at the entrance to San Diego's Tierrasanta neighborhood goes before the City Council today, and some residents are outraged. Last year, the Tierrasanta Community Council voted against the project, but the city’s planning commission voted to approve it. Under a 1989 land-dispute settlement, property developer Andrew Krutzsch is allowed to lease the 3-acre site from the city for commercial or industrial development for 55 years.
Source: San Diego Union Tribune, Tierrasanta self-storage plan to go before council
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