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The proposed residential project on Cerrito Peak in Morro Bay will need an Environmental Impact Report, based on a judicial decision
By COLIN RIGLEY
Update: New Times has been informed that the applicant mentioned in this story, Dan Reddell, died on June 3. Senior Staff Writer Colin Rigley contacted Reddell via email, as previously instructed based on his condition, and was unaware of his death until after the publishing of this story. We apologize for any confusion this may have caused to his family and friends.
A proposed housing project on Cerrito Peak, often referred to as Eagle Rock, will likely need a full Environmental Impact Report (EIR) to go forward, based on San Luis Obispo County Superior Court Judge Jac Crawford’s early decision on a lawsuit.
“Other than that it remains to be seen whether the developer will or will not go back and do the proper Environmental Impact Report to go forward with the project,” Hawley said.
Reddell didn’t return a request for comment about his plans for the project, and whether he’ll push forward and fund an EIR, which can easily rise in cost to tens of thousands of dollars
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