With mistakes on both sides, maybe it is time for the Calexico City Council to put the whole "Bravo partners" mess behind it.
There is no doubt that the proposed project is a quality one and will bring good things to Calexico and the rest of the Imperial Valley if the partners follow through with their "Grade A" plans. There is no doubt that the developers didn't do all they could in preparing environmental impact materials. There is no doubt the city Planning Commission can't deny certain project elements and tell the developers what they can build instead on the developers' land.
And there is little doubt the developers will sue the city again if they don't get what they want.
What the Bravo group says it wants to build is a large housing subdivision, a mobile home park and an industrial park. One of their partners is a highly regarded San Diego/Tijuana technology businessman who wants to set up shop in the industrial park.