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SAN DIEGO-A group has filed suit to force compliance with a law requiring buildings to be constructed at the former Naval Training Center to max out at 30 feet tall. The group, Save Our NTC Inc., argues that construction should conform to a voter-approved ordinance limiting building heights to 30 feet in San Diego’s coastal areas. They believe that higher buildings will spoil views along the scenic coast of the area.

Proposition D, as the measure was known, was approved by 63% of the voters in 1972. Developers have proposed a mixed-use project at the former military installation located between Lindbergh Field and Rosecrans Street.

The project, which is slated to include office buildings, educational and cultural facilities, residential, retail entertainment and parkland, is one of the most ambitious oceanfront projects on the West Coast.

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