Posted Wednesday, March 11, 2009 9:36 AM | Contributed by Jeff
Legoland California can proceed with its plans to build a 250-room, three-story hotel on part of its parking lot, the Carlsbad City Council decided Tuesday. The council's unanimous decision allows the park to change a planning document that guides development in the region. The state Coastal Commission also will need to support the planning document changes, which allow the addition of a hotel on the Legoland property. Then the detailed building plans for the hotel will need to go through the city's regular approval process.
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