The San Bernardino Mountains Land Trust has another 10 properties, each located within the San Bernardino National Forest, that will be preserved for their natural open space and wildlife habitat. At Tuesday’s meeting of the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors, a unanimous vote secured the sale of these 10 tax-defaulted parcels, each of which had been tax-defaulted for five years or more and have been offered for sale with no acceptable bids, thus making them eligible for sale under Chapter 8 of the state’s Revenue and Taxation Code. The San Bernardino Mountains Land Trust is purchasing the 10 parcels for a combined total cost of $24,250.
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