Flaner Associates is proposing a land exchange with Solano County. They have purchased land near Travis Air Force Base and are now seeking to trade some of that land back to Solano County Water Agency for different land farther from the base, as well as a million dollars.
Flaner’s CEO will explain how they acquired the land near the military base. The public has expressed concerns about the proposed land swap, with some arguing that the valuable farmland is now at risk. A resident received applause for questioning why land near an important military base would be used as part of the exchange. The map shows the land owned by Flaner and the land owned by Solano County Water Agency and the City of Fairfield.
The land exchange was originally dependent on the approval of California forever’s new city plans, but a new proposal suggests that the exchange could happen regardless of the city project’s approval. The decision on the land exchange will be made by the Solano County Water Agency in a closed-door session on December 9th..