Unofficial results showed Carlsbad voters defeating Measure A, calling for a Nordstrom-anchored lifestyle center on a 26-acre portion of a 203-acre property. Rendering courtesy of Caruso Affiliated

Unofficial results showed Carlsbad voters defeating Measure A, calling for a Nordstrom-anchored lifestyle center on a 26-acre portion of a 203-acre property. Rendering courtesy of Caruso Affiliated

— Thanks in part to an unusually high turnout for an off-cycle special election, developer Caruso Affiliated was defeated at the polls in Carlsbad after attempting to bypass lengthy state environmental review rules and get its lagoon-adjacent retail center project directly approved by voters...

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