Read this Patch Letter to the Editor, more info on this topic.
"This pollution will blanket our region from an unnecessary, massive power plant being planned for the Santee/Tierrasanta/La Jolla/La Mesa/MiraMesa (State Route 52) corridor. To add insult to injury, it is planned right on the edge of a historic area and nature preserve, the lovely Mission Trails Regional Park.
This is the historic site of the first aqueduct in California, built with Father Junipero Serra's oversight to bring water to the first California mission established by Father Serra in what is now Mission Valley. The aqueduct can still be seen and enjoyed today on a walk through a trail in still-pristine wilderness right in the heart of our county. Native Americans lived in the immediate region, their grinding holes in the rocks still visible.
To have a power plant placed side-by-side with this aqueduct and Native American Historic Site is an abomination of our past, and present. "
BRAVO TO THE SAN DIEGO CITY PLANNING COMMISSION - VOTE IT DOWN AGAIN IN JULY. WE DON'T NEED MORE POLLUTION IN OUR LOVELY COUNTY. WE NEED LESS. WE SHOULD NOT LET SDG&E RUIN OUR COUNTY'S AIR NOR OUR OPEN SPACES. — June 29, 2012 11:29 p.m.