Hungry Valley eyes land around high school

California Dept. of Parks to talk with ETUSD trustees

By Patric Hedlund

The planning manager for the state’s Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Division was scheduled to talk with the trustees of El Tejon Unified School District Thursday, July 31 at 7 p.m.

Dan Canfield is on the ETUSD board’s agenda to talk with them about the idea of Hungry Valley State Vehicular Recreation Area extending its boundaries. That would encompass land once part of Fallingstar Homes’ plan to build 550 houses there as Frazier Park Estates.

Canfield said he wants to listen to school trustees’ concerns and questions about such an acquisition.

This is part of the August 1, 2014 online edition of The Mountain Enterprise.

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