Three parties appealed to the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors to overturn the Planning Commission’s approval to build a 115-acre industrial solar complex on the grounds of the old Roy Williams Airport on Sunfair in Joshua Tree. (The project is within view of the nearby National Park.)
All three appeals failed today, 4-1. Only Supervisor James Ramos, whose district includes Joshua Tree, voted against the project.
What happens next? A lawsuit or three to stop the project from going forward seems likely.