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Residents plan to voice Woodbridge Golf and Country Club concerns

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400 E. Augusta St. Woodbridge CA

Posted: Tuesday, July 8, 2014 11:47 pm

Neighbors of the Woodbridge Golf and Country Club plan to speak at the Woodbridge Sanitary District board meeting tonight in opposition to the club’s planned renovation project.

Neighbors have heard the club plans to build condominiums along the perimeter of the golf course. The club has denied that any plans for development exist other than its clubhouse renovation.

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1 comment:

  • Jim Forbes posted at 6:48 am on Wed, Jul 9, 2014.

    Jim Forbes Posts: 1

    My family members are members of this club. The residents and members need to get involved in this process before the club 'rumors' itself out of existence. My guess is that with the rapidly declining membership due to the inept governing body, this club may not be around much longer, let alone be able to expand. Here's just a few of the concerns about the project:
    zoning change from open space to residential, litigation exposure due to dramatically changing the use of some of the club property, ie golf course becomes parking lot, open space becomes condos or houses, only one access to hundreds of homes and significant existing and future traffic due to more residences and events, compromise of priceless habitat for birds, animals, and insects, adequate water supply and flows in case of fire, adequate sewer capacity, noise pollution, night sky pollution, creation of a 'hard line' between new residential uses and existing agricultural uses. Who determined that this is an economically viable project? Why is a non-profit country club attempting to compete with for-profit event venues, including Bare Ranch, Wine & Roses, St. Jorge Winery, and the many, many other venues? For those environmentalists out there, this could be a textbook example of the benefits of the existence of the California Environmental Quality Act, "CEQA". Many ill-conceived projects are washed out of existence using this tool, and I think this will ultimately be another added to the list.



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