How about you? What can we expect you believe about us when the rural picture of the equestrian neighborhood once called Romola Farms has been tarnished
It grows apparent that the managers of EMWD feel Romoland does not deserve the same respect as the neighborhoods they live in. Take for instance Temecula Homes. In both areas Homes cost over one half of a million dollars, local taxes and water fees are the same. The big difference is city life and the acreage owners in Romoland enjoy. But there are other differences.
Drive past the EMWD facility on Trumble road and you can enjoy the professional landscape, clean streets and beautiful hardscape. That is until you reach the EMWD reclaimed sewage water pond locals call Lake Peepeekockha
Just North of the EMWD offices the landscape changes to that of a third world country. The No trespassing signs crop up and you are greeted by a row of construction debris large boulders that serve no purpose other than to pose a roll over danger for families picnicking on the public street when the little league field has tournaments.
Turn the corner on Vista and you will find EMWD’s four tier razor barbed wire fence that even Perris City understand is a great danger to children on bicycles and a decapitation hazard for rogue teenagers passing the after-school hours driving atv and dirt bikes. I guess it is safer for kids to sit at home playing video games.
Just behind the Razor wire fence in the un landscaped public street shoulder is EMWD’s huge quarter mile long temporary pipe that moves who knows what to who knows where. This temp facility has been sitting roadside for close to 10 years now.