A meeting on Thursday may be the final opportunity for opponents to prevent a housing development in the Palo Cedro area. The Tierra Robles Subdivision would be 166 homes on 715 acres accessed by Old Alturas Road and Boyle Road. The development was unanimously recommended by the Shasta County Planning Commission in April. The Supervisors Chambers were packed for that meeting, mostly by neighbors who oppose the potential disruption to their quiet sparsely populated countryside. Concerns include impacts on the already-stressed Bella Vista Water District, a lack of sufficient ingress and egress for traffic and increased fire danger in the dry landscape. The project now requires the final approval of the Board of Supervisors, which will meet Thursday afternoon at 3 O’clock.