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By Will Fritz

Grading could begin soon on 'Golden Triangle' site, but details remain vague


Last updated 8/20/2018 at 1:23pm

Fantastic things are in store for Murrieta’s “Golden Triangle,” the city’s mayor said.

The only things is Mayor Jonathan Ingram can’t give any specifics. “Yet,” he said.

But the owners, the Domenigoni family – the same family whose land was inundated to create the Diamond Valley Lake and whose name is borne by the parkway in Hemet that was used to film a “Fast and Furious” scene – said they’re working off the specific plan for the Murrieta Springs Mall that was approved before the city incorporated in 1991.

The site, nestled in a triangle of land between Murrieta Ho...

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tomsuttle writes:

I have to salute Valley News for 'breaking ground' on this, the most economically important update on Murrieta's beautifully located Triangle in years. The last major step that had occurred was shortly after Mr. Ingram (currently Mayor) came on board, when he helped break the oppressive political logjam that had long held this economic jewel hostage. The fates, via our changing economy, have presented the Domenigonis a rare opportunity to ride a wave in this brave new world of retail realities


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