Keeping Our Promises 2

City Transformation: Being true to our word

  • When the Banning Lewis Ranch was annexed to the city in 1988, we agreed that the developer would pay for the required infrastructure, not the city.  The resulting $12,000 per acre cost makes it very difficult for developers to build in the area.  As the city council is discussing what to do with the situation, pray that they make wise decisions that are faithful to the original “developer pays” agreement and get the approval of the people before committing city resources to pay for the development.

As a reflection of our covenant-keeping God, we as a city desire to be true to our word, keeping the agreements we make between one another and with our neighbors .  This week we will pray for God’s guidance, strength, and wisdom to relate with one another in good faith.

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