The trails and recreation areas in San Dieguito River Valley will continue to take in locals from nearby Del Mar and Escondido. Communities along the river valley, and the City of San Diego, got the green light from the county supervisors last week on continuing the joint powers agreement used to share the development and management work inthe open space.
Del Mar and Solana Beach have already approved a continuation of the agreement that would have ended in June next year. The county board handed off the powers deal to Escondido, Poway, and the city for their approvals.
The county will honor the decisions made by local agencies on land acquisition and management in the open space acreage in the San Dieguito River Park that takes up regional land for 55 miles from the mouth of the river in DelMar out to just east of Vulcan Mountain. As long as two localities agree on sharing the park work in the public lands the joint powers agreement will continue.
The localities vote on decisions on the park locations San Diegans can enjoy. Local agencies will share the public ownership each year an annual financial contribution is made. Any year a locality does not pay the annual contribution, it loses its voting rights.
There is no plan to turn the park lands into thriving building grounds. Supervisor Dave ROberts' proposed continuation balances a plan for growth in the public'suse with a plan to protect the natural and cultural resources in the park.
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