Rumored foreign investment sparks parallels made to Hacienda and Rowland Heights Photo by Matt McPherson/The Valley ChronicleSage residents pack the Sage Fire Station Tuesday night to voice their opposition to the proposed Diamond Valley Estates development. ■ By Matt McPherson / Columnist Tuesday evening over a hundred Sage residents showed up at The Sage Fire Station to voice their opposition to the proposed Diamond Valley Estates development next to the Diamond Valley Golf Course. Traffic, water, environmental, and over-population issues were all cited as concerns from the Sage community. The Diamond Valley Estates is a 400-acre proposed development that would have 470 units, two cultural museums, private school, a large hotel,
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