RIVERSIDE (CNS) - The Board of Supervisors is slated tomorrow to approve a resolution expressing support for the revenue sharing plan that will be at the heart of a proposed Enhanced Infrastructure Financing District for the Temecula Valley Wine Country. The proposed EIFD has been in the works since April, and a 76-page financing plan was composed to specify how the district will operate and what it will fund. The district must receive two-thirds super-majority approval from all those who reside within it before it can be formally established. The board's action Tuesday will determine whether the Riverside County Assessor-Clerk-Recorder moves forward with filing a request with the State Board of Equalization to initiate the process of defining jurisdictional boundaries of th
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