United States Department of the Interior, Indian Affairs
Ramona Band of Cahuilla's 10-Parcel Fee-to-Trust Transfer
EA - Environmental Assessment
Present Land Use
Parcels located at US Hwy 371 x Bailliff Rd: Commercial/Retail - Parcels located at Hog Lake Rd x Bautista Rd: Rural Residential
The Preferred Alternative includes the conveyance of 81.88 acres, owned by the Ramona Band into Federal trust status on behalf of the Ramona Band, and possible development of a future Indian Health Clinic on two of the five parcels located adjacent to US Hwy 371. Aside from the possible development of an Indian Health Clinic no new development or other land use changes are currently anticipated for the remaining five parcels.
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