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Heritage Point preliminary plat forwarded to council
Residents with horses around development won’t be impeded, commission chairman says

The location of the planned Heritage Point subdivision. The Chino Valley Planning & Zoning Commission forwarded the preliminary plat for the proposed development to the Chino Valley Town Council at its meeting Tuesday, Aug. 6. Located one-quarter mile west of the southwest corner of North Road 1 West and West Road 4 North, the plat subdivides about 89.9 acres into 75 one-acre lots to be developed in four phases. It’s surrounded by other subdivisions, said Town Planner Alex Lerma. (Town of Chino Valley/Courtesy)

The location of the planned Heritage Point subdivision. The Chino Valley Planning & Zoning Commission forwarded the preliminary plat for the proposed development to the Chino Valley Town Council at its meeting Tuesday, Aug. 6. Located one-quarter mile west of the southwest corner of North Road 1 West and West Road 4 North, the plat subdivides about 89.9 acres into 75 one-acre lots to be developed in four phases. It’s surrounded by other subdivisions, said Town Planner Alex Lerma. (Town of Chino Valley/Courtesy)

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