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Posted on: August 8, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Scoping Meeting - Legacy Highlands Project

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Beaumont, CA - The public is encouraged to participate in a scoping meeting regarding the proposed Legacy Highlands project.
The Legacy Highlands project encompasses 1,414.80 acres, located south of the SR-60 Freeway and east of Potrero Boulevard in the southwestern portion of the City of Beaumont. The proposed Project includes the development of the following uses within 2 phases of development:

Phase 1: 
* 3,580,200 square feet of high-cube transload/short-term storage warehouse use:
* 397,800 square feet of high-cube cold storage warehouse use; and
* 143,000 square feet of shopping center use.

Phase 2:
* 14,625,000 square feet of high-cube transload/short-term storage warehouse use; and
* 1,625,000 square feet of high-cube cold storage warehouse use.

The proposed Project would also include various on-site and off-site improvements including roadway improvements, utility connections, and rights-of-way to support the Project. 

The meeting is intended to gather feedback from public agencies and residents on issues that should be considered in the EIR. 

A Scoping Meeting is the first step in the process of evaluating a project requiring an EIR and is statutory of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). This process allows the City to gather feedback from other public agencies and the community regarding the proposed project. The project has not been approved by the City of Beaumont, nor does the City of Beaumont provide any opinion at this time. This meeting is the initial step in the evaluation process for potential development.

Meeting Information:
 Thursday, August 18, 2022
 5:30 PM
 Beaumont Civic Center, 550 E. 6th Street
 A virtual meeting link:
 Phone-in comments will be accepted by joining a conference line prior to the corresponding item of the meeting. Public comments shall not exceed three (3) minutes unless otherwise authorized by City Council. Please use the following phone number to join the call (951) 922-4845. 
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