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Sep 16, 2008
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Sep 28, 2008
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Community Standards Districts, Supervisorial District 5

Agua Dulce Community Standards District (22.44.113)

The Agua Dulce Community Standards District is established to protect the secluded rural character of the community, to enhance the community’s unique appeal, and to avoid the premature need for costly linear service systems such as sewers and water systems within the community. There have been a number of studies of Agua Dulce and its existing service systems. These studies have shown that, in 1983, 71 percent of the existing parcels were two acres in size or larger, and that increased densities might require expensive public sewage and water systems. The Santa Clarita Valley Areawide General Plan contains policy which clearly define standards for the future development of Agua Dulce.

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