The Huntington Beach City Council on Monday night delayed voting on an update to the city’s general plan until its next meeting.
The council did vote unanimously to approve the associated environmental impact report, which addresses potential adverse environmental effects of the update’s implementation. It delves into air quality, biological and cultural resources and noise, among other issues.
The general plan update will guide the city’s development decisions through 2040. It’s been in the making since the council voted in 2013 to hire planning consulting firm Michael Baker International to assist.
The document wound its way through the Planning Commission for...