The difference between San Jacinto and Hemet is widening in terms of both residential and commercial development activity File PhotoMatt McPherson ■ Matt McPherson / Columnist Already a month into 2018 and the San Jacinto Valley is seeing record setting development in the city of San Jacinto, while the city of Hemet struggles to attract retail and businesses. In San Jacinto, residential developments are around every corner with commercial real estate struggling to keep up with the growing population and economy. Whereas in Hemet, an out of control homeless industry, $100 million sales tax impact, rampant crime, and other demographic issues have caused many businesses to leave, let alone attract any
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