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Quarry would destroy critical ecosystem Just outside of Gilroy, Sargent Ranch is home to critical plant and animal life. Yet the land was purchased in...
Sargent Ranch, on 6,500 acres of pristine and undeveloped land just west of San Benito County, is up for public auction this month.
More than a decade after Irenne Zwierlein – a Native American tribal member who previously inked plans with a major developer to build on roughly 6,000 acres of pristine property just south of Gilroy known as Sargent Ranch – forged documents in an attempt to prove herself the rightful leader of the local Amah Mutsun Tribal Band of Ohlone/Costanoan Indians, the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs made a move last week that left her rivals “absolutely blindsided.”
The core dispute surrounding 6,400 pristine acres just south of Gilroy – a magnet for real estate developers, a Holy Grail to nature conservationists and “most sacred grounds” to a local Native American tribe – could unravel in court this month if the property’s dozens of investors find common ground.
The Sargent Ranch northwest of San Juan Bautista, where discovery of forged tribal papers killed a major development project, is slated to be sold at a foreclosure auction July 26. The lender seeks to recover $21.6 million.
The local Amah Mutsun tribe has vaulted to No. 3 in line for
If ever there was a year of significant change in San Benito
Devoloper previously has proposed projects at site near San Juan
The company looking to develop the 6,400-acre Sargent Ranch just south of Gilroy filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Monday, owing more than $90 million on the property at the time.
The company looking to develop the 6,400-acre Sargent Ranch just