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That third sentence is what concerns me most. It contradicts the other sentences by making this plan binding on the general plan and sector plans. Who's to say how many provisions in those plans are "inconsistent with or in excess of" the hillside plan? What impact might that sentence have?
It seems like a gift for attorneys who might wish to challenge something in one of those plans and have it declared repealed. Rather than emphasizing that the plan is advisory, it sets it up to be an invitation for lawsuits and challenges to the general plan and 12 sector plans.
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