Massive development threatens Nuevo area’s wildlife, public health

A■ J.P. Rose / Contributed massive, sprawling development may soon fundamentally transform the rural Nuevo community. This new city, full of tens of thousands of people, would generate more air pollution and gridlock in Riverside County and endanger wildlife habitat that taxpayers forked out millions of dollars to protect. The development, called Villages of Lakeview, is being considered for approval by the county. But community members still have a chance to stop this controversial project by voicing their opposition to the county board of supervisors. Speaking up is vital. Villages of Lakeview exemplifies the outmoded sprawl model of development that has resulted in the horrible traffic jams, multi-hour commutes, and unhealthy

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