A proposed senior apartment complex conversion for the Radisson Hotel, a cannabis outlet in the center of Rancho Bernardo and speed limit increase on a residential street in Westwood will be discussed Thursday night.
These issues along with short-term rentals and other broad-based housing issues are among topics for discussion by the Rancho Bernardo Planning Board.
The board will meet virtually at 7 p.m. via Zoom. To participate in the meeting go to tinyurl.com/RBPB-May20.
According to the agenda, Affirmed Housing wants to buy the 178-unit Radisson Hotel at 11520 W. Bernardo Court in the Rancho Bernardo Business Park. Affirmed Housing will have a representative give an informational presentation on how the company wants to renovate the hotel into an affordable 175-unit studio apartment community for seniors.
Per the Sabre Springs-based company’s website, Affirmed Housing has completed more than 55 affordable family, senior, veteran and supportive housing communities throughout California. These include Orange Garden Apartments, a family-oriented housing complex on Oak Knoll Road in Poway.
There will be an informational presentation on the proposed March and Ash cannabis dispensary at 16789 Bernardo Center Drive.
Per submitted documents, the applicant is seeking a conditional use permit for a marijuana outlet to operate within a 6,180-square-foot space in the