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High Desert homes in demand; prices inch up

     Demand is up for homes in the High Desert, but the supply isn’t keeping up, according to November real...

Article Date : 12/18/2009
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Project concerns Fairview residents (Posted Date :Monday, April 14, 2008)
Large development proposal includes 3,114 houses and commercial development
APPLE VALLEY — Some residents of Fairview Valley have raised concerns over a project that would bring 3,114 houses and a commercial development to the traditionally-rural area.

Surrounding property owners have already been notified of the development and have raised concerns, said John Schatz of San Bernardino County Planning.

The development would take up 1,155 acres and include a 15-acre commercial development.

Lot sizes will vary from two acres to 4,000 square feet, Schatz said.
Surrounding property owners will be able to submit comments on the project until approval or denial, which could take a year or two, said Schatz, who added that the project is currently heading toward a full Environmental Impact Review.

“There are 15 acres that are going to be zoned commercial that are right across from the road from my house,” said Buford Strange. “If you look at the number of homes they intend to construct and multiply that by two, consider the amount of traffic that’s going to have to go by my house every day.”

Strange is also concerned about the desert habitat that’s going to be removed and said the project may change the entire urban characteristic of the community.

Resident April Gower — an opponent of the alternative energy project proposed for the mountains above Fairview Valley — is actually enthusiastic about the proposed housing development.

She said she was alarmed at first, but after learning the Strata Group was behind the project, she expects it to actually raise property values. Gower said the company is known for working with the lay of the land and hopes the project will help bring paved roads and better access to the area. “We’re not against anything coming into our area that enhances it,” Gower added. “We just don’t want anything that
takes away from the area we live in. It’s a beautiful area.”
By RYAN ORR Staff Writer

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