CALEXICO — The City Council here did not rule on four city Planning Commission recommendations concerning development plans of the "Bravo Partners" at Wednesday's special council meeting.
The council will consider the recommendations and the partners' appeal of those recommendations Jan. 15.
Because the appeal was not listed on the agenda for Wednesday's meeting, no action could be taken.
The Bravo Partners are owners of three parcels of farmland, more than 200 acres near the intersection of Bowker and Cole roads.
For four years the partners have worked on creating a development with houses, an industrial park and a mobile home/RV park.
Late last year, the Planning Commission recommended rejecting the partners' plans for an industrial park and a mobile home/RV park.
After hearing from San Diego development consultant Brian Mooney, the commission passed a resolution asking the council to allow the partners to build 500 single-family houses on 73 acres the partners had planned for the mobile home/RV park. The commission recommended scrapping the plans for an industrial park.