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Environmental impact lawsuit puts hold on Salinas housing development

While Salinas residents continue to ask for affordable housing, a lawsuit between the Alisal Union School District and Stone Bridge Homes has put an end to possible housing development.

The Central Zone Specific Plan (CASP) approved, but not yet certified, aims to address the housing shortage by creating about 3,911 residences, including townhouses and apartments, along with commercial lots, parks, a fire station and two potential schools on a 750-acre space in the large Salinas del Norte area.

The developments will be located along the north side of Boronda Road, Constitution Boulevard and Nativity Road.

Stone Bridge Homes vice president Hugh Walker says the goal is to improve the quality of life for residents and the local economy. Stone Bridge Homes has already produced hundreds of homes and apartments in North Salinas areas.

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