Sunrise Douglas New Home Construction Delayed

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(Sacramento, CA)
Thursday, February 17, 2005
They can’t sell the homes or even put up the wooden framing. But the builders planning the first homes in Rancho Cordova’s Sunrise Douglas area – which is slated for twenty two thousand five hundred homes – have started pouring the foundations. They’re eager to get the houses on the market. But crews can’t used wood yet because the site doesn’t have enough water to guard against fires. A temporary water supply is expected to kick in this month, several months beyond late last summer, when the water supply was supposed to come in. Well water from a new treatment plant is expected for the homes in June. In the meantime, city water will be used for fire protection. For the Business Journal, this is Mark Larson