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the smell emitted from marijuana farming is now starting to bother residents of communities where farming has been made legal


Desert Hot Springs

it's getting the nickname Desert Pot Springs due to the fluorishing cannibis industry and even a canibis theme park hotel business complex is coming

there is a new project we are all watching go up before our eyes out here called Coachilln'

They say it is setting a new standard for excellence and sustainability the developers are building a cannibis themed business park for growing and cultivationg, a hotel, education, beer, all sorts of fun stuff. Their website has some good videos using drone footage overhead that shows the geography of the area and the area's wind farms that I personally do not like and feel they are more like movie sets because they are very complex machines that USE FOSSIL FUEL BASED RELIABLE POWER from the grid so when ever someone uses that term sustainable, my mind's security forces and walls go up. This complex will be like Fort Knox which is a bit sad to see this going up as the pot industry is changing the look and feel (and smell) of this quaint desert city which once had the nickname of "backwards desert". That though is changing faster than a 9.0 earthquake which by the way this entire complex and area rests on California's largest fault, San Andreas. One of the videos presents that it will draw 1000 gallons per minute from the natural pure aquifer to grow the plants and such. One concern I have though is that area is in a wind tunnel. The winds whip through there often enough for that location to be exactly where wind turbines were located, for that reason.

Coachilln' website


There is a housing development proposed directly adjacent to the Colorado River aqueduct

it is a vast open desert as seen from Route 62 before development

shows that it's a high wind area as there are many windmills just to the south

approval or disapproval stages for Rancho Royale

see specific plan page 1 and page 2

Mission Creek Trails residential subdivision as of 9/18/2018 located on APN 667-050-011

city documents show it located south of the intersection of North Indian Canyon and Highway 62 by about one mile, this area is next to the Sand to Snow National Monument and this development will change this section of vast open space forever

view environmental impact report with tract maps here

Sierra Club of course filed lawsuit even though there are vast expanses of open space everywhere around this

hundreds of homes in the small lot plan or large lots would provide fewer homes see pages 14 to 25

phases? like Skyborne which never got finished?

The main water lines will consist of ductile iron pipe which comprises a resin and concrete lining inside of the iron graphite outer pipe as stated on page 50 of this document found on the city website


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