Eagle Mountain City Council approves master development plan
A huge master development plan is destined to remove more than 100 acres from The Ranches master plan and carve out a new plan with 417 new homes between The Ranches subdivision and the City Center.
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#1 Sep 17, 2008
Having lived in Eagle Mountain for several years it is sad to see all the open space disappear. The very reason many of us move out there (to be away from the city) is quickly disappearing. Perhaps the financial debt the city is in demands all these new homes...but it sure doesn't hurt that the developers help pay for the mayor and probably other council city members bid to get elected. Eagle Mountain is a very lucrative place for builders/developers. Sad, sad in deed.
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