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SaveMeadowbrook.org is an informal, not-for-profit community group.  We are united in our efforts to oppose Riverside County's Board of Director's plan to force us to be part of a five-community redevelopment project.  We like our rural, unincorporated lifestyle and don't want a commercial, high-density residential environment.  At this time, we do not desire nor solicit financial support.  We nurture emotional support among ourselves and political support from our like-minded friends and neighbors.  We individually provide this organization with the energy, motivation and other resources SaveMeadowbrook.org needs to remain a viable representation of who we are.

Our Purpose
is to preserve our rural lifestyle and the independence of Meadowbrook as a separate entity within unincorporated Riverside County in Southern California.
Our current goal is to oppose efforts by Riverside County to include our unincorporated community of Meadowbrook into a Redevelopment Area Project known as the I-215 Corridor Redevelopment Project. 
 
Our Concerns are that it is not in the best interests of Meadowbrook to be included in an expensive, 45-year long redevelopment project that combines the five communities of Meadowbrook, Goodhope, Wagon Wheel, Warm Springs (The Grove) and South Mead Valley.  The county Redevelopment Agency has identified our community as "blighted" which is a condition we deny applies to our homes and properties.  The Redevelopment Agency (RDA) can only operate in a condition of debt and is required to create bonded indebtedness without our citizen's vote to approve or deny. The Riverside County Board of Supervisors has agreed to allow the RDA to create up to $150,000,000 in bonded indebtedness that will last for 45 years, until the year 2054!!!

Meadowbrook is an unincorporated community located along Hwy 74 between Lake Elsinore and Perris in Riverside County, Calif.  It is approximately 7 1/2 square miles and home to about 2,000 residents.  Meadowbrook is bounded by the cities of Lake Elsinore and Canyon Lake to the south and the cities of Perris and Canyon Lake to the east.  Lake Elsinore is the western boundary and Ethanac Road is the northern boundary.  (See our Meadowbrook Map link for details)  Meadowbrook's zoning is primarily "Rural Residential" and "Mountainous Residential" with some "Commercial" areas along Hwy 74.  The parcels range in size from just under one acre up to several acres.  Many residents have horses, but goats, cows, fowl and pigs are also common.  We even have some elephants and American bison!  We're in the process of creating official California state horse trails within our community.  We are a diverse group of residents, local employees, commuters and retirees with a shared desire to maintain our rural environment and lifestyle.
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