Sage Town Hall Association works to become census-defined place

Bill Donahue
Sage Town Hall Association president Bill Donahue addresses the crowd at an association meeting. Anza Valley Outlook/Courtesy photo
The Sage Town Hall Association has been busy pursuing their goal to have Sage designated a census-defined place rather than just a populated place for the 2020 census. With the help of Riverside County Supervisor Chuck Washington’s office, the group was able to have a map of Sage created and all the other documents needed compiled and submitted to the U.S. Census Bureau last summer. “We thought this would be a no-brainer for the federal government,” STHA president Bill Donahue. “Sage is roughly four times the size of the city of Hemet, and there are approved places as small as Aguanga’s gated community, Lake Riverside Estates. We have the support of our local government in gaining this designation. Despite all this, we have received resistance from the Census Bureau on this pr
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