Developers plan to bringA new life to Chinese Camp
Highway 120 runs through Chinese Camp, a small town being eyed by developers. Amy Alonzo Rozak/Union Democrat, copyright 2012 Long-known for abandoned adobe buildings and neglected Main Street, Chinese Camp has become the focus of an ambitious redevelopment plan being undertaken by a small group of outside investors.
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#1 Jun 3, 2012
No developing Chinese Camp!!! There's enough of that as there is. Instead,
harness an organization such as E Clampus Vitus to restore existing buildings.
As a native Californian, I'm sick of "developments." Let Chinese Camp stay the open space it is and let the hoards of people live elsewhere. I have a family history in Tuolumne County and would hate to see Chinese Camp turn into another Oakdale or Manteca. I have spoken.
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