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Hindu temple considered for Escondido

 SAN DIEGO (CNS) - The San Diego County Board of Supervisors will consider an appeal Wednesday intended to block construction of a Hindu temple on county land. Community members are concerned that a proposed Sringeri Vidya Bharati Foundation temple may increase traffic and have a "negative impact on community character," according to the county. The 10-acre building is proposed for a vacant 19-acre plot north of and adjacent to Old San Pasqual Road and south of State Route 78, between Summit Drive and San Pasqual Trail. The county Planning Commission approved a major land use permit for the temple in February. County Planning and Development Services officials recommend that supervisors deny the appeal so construction can move forward.
 

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