City of Industry’s Plans for 2,450-Acres of Pristine Ranch Land are a Mystery

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

In a rolling swath of cattle pastures, oak woodlands and canyon creeks straddling the borders of Los Angeles, Orange and San Bernardino counties, civilization grinds to a halt.

Tucked in the Puente-Chino Hills, which rise amid vistas of shopping centers and tract homes, Tres Hermanos Ranch is an enduring remnant of a forgotten time ­— a visual respite from Southern California sprawl most only experienced from car windows on the 57 freeway, Highway 71 or traffic-clogged Grand Avenue, which cuts through the property.

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