SUPERVISORS APPROVE SIDEWALKS IN JOSHUA TREE, MULTI-USE BUILDING IN LUCERNE VALLEY

SUPERVISORS APPROVE SIDEWALKS IN JOSHUA TREE, MULTI-USE BUILDING IN LUCERNE VALLEY

A new sidewalk in Joshua Tree and a multi-use building in Lucerne Valley are among local items included in the budget adopted by the Board of Supervisors Tuesday. The supervisors approved a one-time funding of $100,000 to construct sidewalks from the Joshua Tree National Park Visitor’s Center to the highway in Joshua Tree. In Lucerne Valley, a one-time funding request of $100,000 was approved to rehabilitate a multi-use sports facility that was previously operated by a homeowner’s association. The refurbished facility will be operated as a neighborhood park. The supervisors also approved $5 million to repair or replace bridges on the National Trails Highway, also known as Route 66.


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1 comment to SUPERVISORS APPROVE SIDEWALKS IN JOSHUA TREE, MULTI-USE BUILDING IN LUCERNE VALLEY

  • carol gerratana

    It’s barely what I would call a block from the Nat’l Park Ctr to the highway. This is going to cost $100,000?? Seems a bit ridiculous to me for such a short distance. Am I so out of date on the costs for this kind of construction?

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