Other residents supported the update to foster diversity in Encinitas.Could that be this Greg Shannon?
“There are some mega trends that are going to change our community character no matter what we do about the housing element,” said resident Greg Shannon. “Those are basically income inequality, climate change, public health, racism, and housing affordability.”
Cedros Crossing, the mixed-used train station project approved in concept in 1991, is brain-dead. The plug will be pulled at a City Council meeting tomorrow evening.A little context makes a big difference, eh?
Greg Shannon, Shea's representative, will say that he has gone as low as he can go on the number of apartments. It's all about the money.
The council will say it has acted in good faith but it cannot accept 120-plus apartments. It's all about the mass.