Residents of the B-BAR-H Ranch gathered at the home of Steve Grasha on February 9, 2012 to discuss neighborhood items and plan for the future of their community.
The B-BAR-H Ranch located in an unincorporated section of Riverside County has a history all of its own, and the residents who own new homes in the B-BAR-H Ranch want to maintain the integrity of their community. The residents of the B-BAR-H Ranch get involved by meeting regularly to discuss current affairs. The hot item on the minds of many residents is the project promised to them by the Coachella Valley Water District (CVWD) and Riverside County Transportation Department.
Beginning in March, 2012, there will be new water pipelines installed by the CVWD. Following the water pipe installation, Riverside County Transportation Department will provide new surfaces to all the roads located within the north and south sides of the B-BAR-H Ranch.
Once roads are brought up to county standards, all the roads within the B-BAR-H Ranch will become Riverside County maintained roads.
Residents extend a special thanks to County Officials for making this project a reality. Special thanks are extended to Supervisor Marion Ashley, Supervisor John Benoit, Mojahed Salama (Riverside County Transportation Dept.), Amer Hassouneh (CVWD), Steve Hernandez, Brenda Freeman, and the many others who helped.
The project scheduled to begin in March 2012 is to be completed by July 2012.
Labels: Amer Hassouneh, b-bar-h ranch, Brenda Freeman, coachella valley water, CVWD, Mojahed Salama, riverside county transportation, steve grasha, steve hernandez, Supervisor John Benoit, supervisor marion ashley