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Rancho Mission Viejo before development begins in its second neighborhood, Esencia, where a new school is planned.  Patch photo credit: Penny Arévalo
Matt Gaffney January 2, 2014 at 10:40 am
That's a good one coming from Jim Reardon. He's a member of the group that's always villifying theRead More Ranch.
Ilse M. Byrnes January 2, 2014 at 04:39 pm
How about "Jim Sleeper" a well known historian that wrote many books about Orange CountyRead More and had his cabin in the Trabuco area
rachel o January 2, 2014 at 04:39 pm
What group is that?
Rancho Mission Viejo just east of San Juan Capistrano. Patch photo credit: Penny Arévalo
Clint Worthington September 4, 2013 at 04:21 pm
It is unfortunate that after nine years on the City Council that Sam Allevato and 14,000 homes to beRead More built that Sam Allevato is finally realizing that maybe we should be a part of this. Talk about being late to the game !
Tom Marantz September 5, 2013 at 05:14 pm
I know one thing for sure, the water plant isn't going to make any fiscal sense unless we get moreRead More "customers" or we produce much more than we currently are. The expansion of the tax base should overall have a positive effect on this town, and we should use the opportunity (if it arrives) to lower the cost per resident for the services the city provides. Further, giving up on expansion and annexation east I feel would lead to a greater threat upon our open spaces.
Diana Crandall September 10, 2013 at 04:29 pm
The character of San Juan will not change, but will be enhanced by the annexation of a the Ranch.Read More It has been my experience, that the property values of existing homes tend to increase and keep pace with the newly built housing areas. Most of us long term residents have always considered the Ranch as part of our heritage.
jim capistrano July 1, 2013 at 07:45 am
...their timing is impeccable...with the lost electricity from the nuclear power plant; to theRead More upcoming water shortage; to the traffic issues because of the decline of the toll road extension...this is a perfect storm...but the developers got their way and make a lot of money...that's the American way.
The visitor center at Rancho Mission Viejo's Sendero.  Patch photo credit: Penny Arévalo
Penny Arévalo June 25, 2013 at 12:00 pm
Most of the senior living homes are one story.
Debbie Ellis Tallman June 25, 2013 at 12:04 pm
According to the website- most are 2 story.http://ranchomissionviejo.com/homes/sendero/
Penny Arévalo June 25, 2013 at 12:10 pm
those are the all-ages homes. The builders of the age-qualified homes (in the neighborhood calledRead More Gavilan) are Standard Pacific, Shea and Del Web. According to info I have, there will be 286 homes for seniors, "primarily sing-level residences." Go here to see those homes: http://ranchomissionviejo.com/homes/gavilan/ 3 of the 11 models are single story.
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