Temecula and EMWD approve Heirloom Farms CFD

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The community facilities district for the Heirloom Farms development in north Temecula was approved recently. The CFD will pay for Temecula services and also city infrastructure, and the CFD will also finance Eastern Municipal Water District infrastructure. The EMWD board voted 5-0, March 17, to approve the CFD, while the April 13 Temecula City Council meeting included a 4-1 vote, with James “Stew” Stewart opposed, to form the CFD. The Temecula City Council is also the governing body of the Temecula Public Financing Authority, which is responsible for the CFD on behalf of the city. A community facilities district includes a special tax that is sometimes known as mello-roos due to the state legislators who created the option for services on new development to be funded by an an
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