Murrieta residents upset with planned development

Nearby residents of the Silverhawk community of Murrieta object to a proposed furniture warehouse and distribution center planned for an open plot of land adjacent to their neighborhood. Google Maps
A group of residents is opposed to a plan that would see the construction of a 360,022 square foot, multi-level furniture warehouse and distribution center that, if approved by Riverside County supervisors, would be built adjacent to the Silverhawk community on Murrieta Hot Springs Road in Murrieta.Resident Stephanie Bauerlein has sent letters of protest to the county’s planning agencies and has begun an online petition with more than 125 nearby resident signatures opposing the project.“My reasoning is that such an enormous project in an already congested area is not the right fit for our community,” Bauerlein said. “The Tucalota Creek culvert runs under Murrieta Hot Springs Road at Sky Canyon, making this stretch
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