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  • Take a tour of the 3,450-acre Eagle Ranch in Atascadero

    Take a short tour of the 3,457-acre Eagle Ranch, owned by the Smith family of Ventura since 1964. The family has proposed developing the Atascadero ranch into a residential community with 494 single-family lots of at least 1 acre, 93 units of multifamily housing, 2,285 acres of open space and 16.9 miles of public trails. Victor Montgomery with RRM Design Group talks about the major aspects of the Eagle Ranch project.

Take a short tour of the 3,457-acre Eagle Ranch, owned by the Smith family of Ventura since 1964. The family has proposed developing the Atascadero ranch into a residential community with 494 single-family lots of at least 1 acre, 93 units of multifamily housing, 2,285 acres of open space and 16.9 miles of public trails. Victor Montgomery with RRM Design Group talks about the major aspects of the Eagle Ranch project. David Middlecamp The Tribune
Take a short tour of the 3,457-acre Eagle Ranch, owned by the Smith family of Ventura since 1964. The family has proposed developing the Atascadero ranch into a residential community with 494 single-family lots of at least 1 acre, 93 units of multifamily housing, 2,285 acres of open space and 16.9 miles of public trails. Victor Montgomery with RRM Design Group talks about the major aspects of the Eagle Ranch project. David Middlecamp The Tribune

Plans for Eagle Ranch near Atascadero draw concerns from residents

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