The Howser trust has more money and the potential to generate more money than anyone on the Morongo Basin. If it was so important to keep the subject 70 Acres from ever being developed, why didn’t they offer the land to the city as a green belt gift?
Who says they have or did not offer it as a gift for that matter?
In most instances where a fellow dies that has a lot of assets, the estate looks to off the odd piece of ground like 70 undeveloped acres in the God Forsaken Town of Twentynine Palms as soon as they can. If they can convert it into a tax write off, so much the better.
I say if the estate of Huell Howser wants the 70 acres saved for “future generations” cough up the deed to the City of Twentynine Palms free gratis and with only two conditions, to not develop the 70 acres and leave the ground as a desert habitat.
There… its a tax write off, and the green weenies are happy as rats in a grain bin.
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