DEL MAR, Calif. (KGTV) -- Measure G is heading to the ballot for voters to decide on March 3.
The measure would allow for the development of a luxury resort called Marisol on the bluffs along 3350 Camino Del Mar.
The Marisol site plan involves a 65-room hotel that would include 31 villas and also feature dining and cocktail lounges.
There is also a plan to build 22 affordable housing units along with 10 low-cost hotel rooms.
The proposal is an alternative to an already-approved plan to build gated estates along the property.
A “yes” vote supports adopting the Marisol Specific Plan, a land use plan that replaces residential zoning, according to Ballotpedia.
If a majority of voters vote “no” the existing zoning would remain and future development would be subject to the existing single family zoning regulations.
Click here to read the full text of the measure along with arguments for and against the project.