By Sandra Emerson, Redlands Daily Facts
Posted: 06/25/16 – 5:14 PM PDT |
HIGHLAND >> The City Council meets Thursday to start its review of the proposed Harmony master-planned community.
The Harmony project proposes to build more than 3,600 homes, as well as parks and recreation areas, natural open space, a fire station with a police substation, an elementary school and community facilities on 1,658 acres north of Mill Creek, south and west of the San Bernardino National Forest and east of Greenspot Road.
Upland-based Lewis Group of Companies is developing the project for Orange County, the land owner.
“We feel that it’s a good development that would be good for the city of Highland,” said Randall Lewis, executive vice president of the Lewis Group. “We think there are a lot of great answers to many of the questions that have been raised and we’re hopeful that it will get approved.”
But, Lewis said, he anticipates there will be at least a couple of meetings on the project.
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