San Diego (KGTV) - A group of concerned residents made their voices heard at the Claremont Planning group meeting Tuesday evening.
Several residents made public comments expressing their concern for a proposed homeless housing development at 5858 Mt. Alifan Drive.
“Its the center of our community and I don’t want to see it become trashed with needles and booze bottles,” Lyn Booth, a resident said, “I think everybody here is trying to nip it in the bud and say, hey we don’t think it’s appropriate.”
The planning group gave the residents time to make their comments public but didn’t address their concerns directly, but pointed out the developers have not come to the planning group, though they will have to if they want to get a permit.