Commentary Why San Diego can’t afford to build in high-risk fire areas – The San Diego Union-Tribune

We are facing a moment of truth in San Diego County. The recent fires in Paradise, Thousand Oaks and Malibu are a stark reminder that California is increasingly a fire-prone state and that some parts of San Diego County are at extreme risk. Because of this high fire risk, the county’s general plan discourages high-density development in the canyons and chaparral-covered hillsides of the unincorporated county. The county spent 13 years and more than $18 million creating this plan which directs where housing

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Theberge is chair of the Elfin Forest Harmony Grove Town Council and the director of Grow the San Diego Way

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