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Page: Introduction
1. Please check the one answer below that best matches:
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Count
I live full time on Palomar Mountain
37.7%58
Weekender or part-time on the Mountain
29.2%45
Property owner who plans to live part/full-time in next 3-5 years
12.3%19
Property owner with no near term plans to live part/full-time
11.7%18
Frequent visitor or worker on the Mountain
5.8%9
Other (please specify)
 
3.2%5

Page: Property Location
2. My property is located on or in the area of:
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Response
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Bailey's
7.9%12
Birch Hill
16.6%25
Canfield Road
2.6%4
Conference Center
2.6%4
Crestline
29.1%44
East Grade
9.9%15
Mendenhall Valley
0.7%1
Nate Harrison Grade
0.7%1
Observatory
2.0%3
South Grade
1.3%2
State Park Road
11.9%18
None
9.3%14
Other (please specify)
 
5.3%8

3. I own business-related activities on Palomar Mountain (provide products or services):
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Response
Count
Yes
13.9%21
No
86.1%130

Page: Land Use
4. For commercial land use right around the Summit (Palomar Store area):
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Response
Count
I would like to see no change
39.5%58
I would like to see a small and reasonable expansion of commercial use
46.9%69
I would like to see a larger commercial area, but still reasonable (prohibiting big box retailers, drive thru's, etc.)
13.6%20

5. For the Palomar Lodge at Crestline, The Bailey Resort, and the Museum and gift store uses at Palomar Observatory:
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I would like the restricted developmental density of the FCI (Forest Conservation Initiative) to continue even after it expires on December 31st, 2010
30.6%45
I would like to see special zoning provisions to allow the existing hospitality or quasi-commercial uses to continue
48.3%71
I would like a more liberal approach to zoning whereby the land owner could do anything suitable under the General Plan on his/her property
21.1%31

6. I would like the Dwelling Density:
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Response
Count
To have a lower density, for example, one dwelling unit per 20 acres (depending on slope, etc.)
38.8%57
To be restored to the pre-FCI one dwelling unit per 8 acres (depending on slope, etc.)
38.8%57
To adopt a more liberal zoning policy, allowing the land owner greater choice in developing his/her property still within the existing road widths, slope and setback rules
22.4%33

Page: Thank you!
7. Please add any comments you may have below.
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