Mahogany Creek Development Gets Final Approval from Council

Development is underway on the Mahogany Creek housing development at Lindenberger and Simpson Roads.
It wasn't directly referenced during Wednesday night's meeting, but the Menifee City Council gave final approval to the Mahogany Creek housing development in the northeast part of the city.

Work has already begun on the project, which was originally approved by the Riverside County Board of Supervisors in 2005, before Menifee was incorporated. The tract maps were legally extended previously, but the city was facing a Nov. 22 deadline to grant final approval, according to city documents.

There was no separate vote taken on this issue. The approval of the project was one of several items approved at once unanimously by the council on the consent agenda -- common practice for items in which discussion is not considered necessary.

The tract maps call for 108 lots and two park sites to be developed on the east side of Lindenberger Road south of Simpson Road.

Because the plan was previously approved by the Board of Supervisors, the City Council could reject the plan only if it was determined that the project would present a danger to public health or safety or fails to meet legal requirements.

Some streets within the development have already been paved and lots are laid out. No estimated time of completion for the project was given.


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