Infrastructure cultivates new growth in Riverside County’s Wine Country

Riverside County will expand the De Portola Sewer Line, seen in the map of South Temecula Valley Wine Country. Valley News/Courtesy photo
TEMECULA – New growth is coming to Riverside County’s Wine Country. Speaking Friday morning, May 6, to the Murrieta-Temecula Group and local wine industry leaders, county Supervisor Chuck Washington announced more than $20 million in infrastructure improvements he is working to bring to the area, which are expected to spur millions more in private development.“What I am proposing will be Riverside County’s single largest investment in wine country to date,” Washington said. “This investment is a demonstration of my commitment to developing the local economy and cultivating Riverside County’s wine country into a premiere, world-class destination.”In 2014, the county Board of Supervisors adopted the Wine Country Community Plan, which set out a vision to expand the num
Subscribe or log in to read the rest of this content.