Three Points and the Lakes CSDs voted for approval by Regional Planning Commission and Leona Valley and Green Valley CSDs voted for approval by the Board of Supervisors!

Announcements

On April 20, 2021 the Board of Supervisors voted to approve the Green Valley Community Standards District and the updates to the Leona Valley Community Standards District.

On April 28, 2021 the Regional Planning Commission voted to recommend approval of the Three Points-Liebre Mountain Community Standards District and updates to the Elizabeth Lake and Lake Hughes Community Standards District to the Board of Supervisors.

Read the announcement in our latest newsletter.

For more information on these projects including hearing materials, please visit the Communities page and select the community you are interested in from the list: https://planning.lacounty.gov/site/avcsd/communities/

4 thoughts on “Three Points and the Lakes CSDs voted for approval by Regional Planning Commission and Leona Valley and Green Valley CSDs voted for approval by the Board of Supervisors!

  • July 26, 2021 at 1:39 pm
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    Hello,

    I received a notice of public hearing regarding the proposal for Lake Hughes and Lake Elizabeth Community Standard District and a few associated developments. Could somebody shed some lights on exactly what will these developments do for the community and the residents? For example will this project improve the areas, enlarge the townships, set up more businesses and as a result encourage more people to move into these areas? How would this project impact the current home/land owners in the areas? What are the benefits for them?

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    • August 5, 2021 at 8:59 am
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      Thank you for your questions and interest in this project.

      The Elizabeth Lake and Lake Hughes CSD was previously adopted in 2009. This project to update the CSD was requested by members of the community and is intended to better organize/clarify the existing language and include standards that guide future development to ensure that it is consistent with the existing community character.

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    • November 30, 2021 at 8:12 pm
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      That’s my question as well. It seems like governments everywhere are so eager to expand their reach into nature and uproot it all with concrete and developments… and then those same people complain about climate change and tell us we have to change our ways.

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  • May 8, 2022 at 2:22 pm
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    What is being done about the lake ? I am so frustrated with how nothing is being done..How come there is water in the painted turtle but not in the lakes around it?? Does all the water go to the camp? Are they going to clean it up? Are they going to restore it? Someone please tell me.. 😫

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