LARGE JOSHUA TREE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT REARS ITS HEAD AGAIN

LARGE JOSHUA TREE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT REARS ITS HEAD AGAIN

It’s déjà vu all over again. A story we first aired on February 2, 2009, on Z107.7 can be aired again with very few changes. Dan Stork remixes news of a large residential project planned for Joshua Tree…
With no media notification, county planners are in the process of reviewing plans to develop 248 residential lots along with 40 multifamily lots in the Friendly Hills area of Joshua Tree. County documents say the project, on 105 acres, is between Alta Loma and Sunburst Road, west of Sunny Vista. (That’s just to the north of Friendly Hills Elementary School.) Included in the plan: a package sewage treatment plant and a community center building. Messages left with county planners were not returned. The applicant for the permit is identified as YV 105, whose registered agent is a lawyer in Palm Desert. A Project Planning Notice dated October 17 received by Joshua Tree residents near the proposed project said that comments on the project must be received by the Land Use Services Department by October 31, in order to be included in the final project action. The contact person for comments is Kevin White. His telephone number is (909) 387-3067, and his email is Kevin.white@lus.sbcounty.gov.

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2 comments to LARGE JOSHUA TREE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT REARS ITS HEAD AGAIN

  • Noreen Lawlor

    Thanks for posting this story. I will contact Mr. White. Is there anything the community can do before this date, 10/31, to lodge a complaint about this project.
    Noreen Lawlor

  • Kristen Mery

    Thank you for this info. I am a property owner near Friendly Hill Elementary. Contrary to what High Desert Star reported, I did not receive notification of this project proposal. Is anyone involved in a group to fight this project? I would like to be involved.

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