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Temecula commission takes up hospital again
The Press-Enterprise

A long-awaited plan to build Temecula’s first hospital returns to the city Planning Commission tonight as officials ask the panel to approve changes that include cutting the number of beds available when it opens.

Universal Health Services, the parent company of Southwest Healthcare System, wants to add 30 fewer beds in the first phase. Other changes would make both hospital towers five stories — one currently would have six — and change their facades.