Ridgeview Equities, a business entity tied to developer Michael Christie, proposed building nine soccer fields on a 37-acre site.
Ridgeview Equities, a business entity tied to developer Michael Christie, proposed building nine soccer fields on a 37-acre site.
Ridgeview Equities, a business entity tied to developer Michael Christie, proposed building nine soccer fields on a 37-acre site.

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