YUCCA VALLEY PLANNING COMMISSION APPROVES JOSHUA SPRINGS EXPANSION

YUCCA VALLEY PLANNING COMMISSION APPROVES JOSHUA SPRINGS EXPANSION

In a presentation last night that Yucca Valley Planning Commissioner Chair Steve Whitten called “death by PowerPoint,” the Planning Commission heard the history of the original 1995 application for a conditional use permit by the Joshua Springs Calvary Chapel. Over the years, the permit application has been modified extensively. Last night, the church requested a conditional use permit for a 400-seat amphitheater, 1,100 square foot classroom, concession stand, and an additional 28 parking spaces. With a full house made up of Joshua Springs students, the Yucca Valley Planning Commission spent an hour and a half on the church’s revised application before approving it unanimously. The commission then made short work of the requests by Sage Estates to build a complex of five model homes, and to approve a one-year-time extension for a tentative parcel map to subdivide a 2.5 acre parcel on the southeast corner of Prescott Avenue and Highway 62 into three commercial lots.

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1 comment to YUCCA VALLEY PLANNING COMMISSION APPROVES JOSHUA SPRINGS EXPANSION

  • Lindsay Rommel

    I ask that the residents of Yucca Valley google the history, corruption and scandle these Calvary Chapels bring. I fear that it is far too late as this cult has already taken an insidious hold on our small desert community. Doesn’t anyone remember how this cult started and the lives its destroyed in its wake??

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