Developer R. Randy Goodson, CEO of Accretive Investments Inc., stands on the site of a North County property where he hopes to build Lilac Hills Ranch, a mixed-use, 608-acre community.

Developer R. Randy Goodson, CEO of Accretive Investments Inc., stands on the site of a North County property where he hopes to build Lilac Hills Ranch, a mixed-use, 608-acre community. Photo by Voice of San Diego

County supervisors are expected in mid-October to review the latest large rural residential project in North County, one that pits some local residents’ concerns about traffic and other neighborhood impacts against the region’s long-unmet needs for new and affordable housing...

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