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Charleston View is awfully attractive to builders. In recent months, three developers have quietly floated proposals that together would transform barren Charleston View into a city of 150,000 -- an hour's drive from the Las Vegas Strip. Unlike the federal lands surrounding Las Vegas, the property here is privately owned and available for development. Inyo County officials have already hired a Bay Area planning firm to evaluate the three development proposals and help merge them into one coherent master plan.
Inyo County has proposed Charleston View as a Solar Energy Development Area in its Renewable Energy General Plan Amendment.
Southern Inyo County, which also includes the communities of Tecopa, Shoshone, Death Valley Junction, and Furnace Creek in Death Valley, has no more than 500 residents, representing less than 3% of the county’s population. There is near universal opposition to utility-scale solar development in the scenic Owens Valley, 200 miles away on the more populated side of Inyo County, but many feel that the County “has to put it somewhere.” No matter how well-meaning, politicians have voters to please and the CEC to appease, so the REGPA plans for 45% of the utility-scale solar power development in Inyo County to be sited at Charleston View.
Lot 96 Section 26, Township 22 North, Range 10 East SBBM in the county of Inyo
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85.00. No HOA.