Zoning: Rural Residential (RR); General Plan Land Use Designation: Semi-Rural 0.5, Regional Category: Semi-Rural
The project is a Major Use Permit for a charter high school for grades nine through twelve, operated by Literacy First Charter Schools (LFCS). The project site is 7.7 acres and is located at the intersection of Chase Avenue and Jamacha Road in the Valle de Oro Community Planning Area, within unincorporated San Diego County. The site is subject to the Semi-Rural General Plan Regional Category, Semi-Rural 0.5 Land Use Designation (SR-0.5), and to the Rural Residential (RR) Zoning Regulations. Schools are classified as Major Impact Services and Utilities under the Zoning Ordinance, and a Major Use Permit is required pursuant to the RR Zoning Regulations.
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Educational (48,000 SF)
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