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A shadowy group seizes 52,000 acres near San Francisco: Rumors swirling that the mysterious new city is about to be built…

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Something very mysterious is going on in the Bay Area – Solano County, to be exact. Whispers around town are getting louder about a shadowy buyer who has gobbled up 52,000 acres. Locals are excited after receiving surveys asking for their thoughts on a “new city with tens of thousands of new homes”. Officials have verified the authenticity of these impulse surveys that could be the first glimpse into the secret plans of a mysterious group called “Flannery Associates” and its new vision for a Bay Area empire. So who is this group and what are they hiding? What grand designs are lurking in the shadows?

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The group, which was incorporated in Delaware, where it is not required to name the people behind the business, has been the subject of speculation and even a possible government investigation. Starting in 2018, Flannery began buying up parcels of land from Fairfield to Rio Vista. (One of his first purchases was near Flannery Road in Rio Vista, possibly giving the group its name.) By his own admission, Flannery paid more than market rate to acquire this land, but in in subsequent years, nothing has been developed. . The group is now the largest owner in the county.

The clandestine nature of the purchases, and the fact that Flannery’s properties now flank three sides of Travis Air Force Base, raised national security concerns. Rep. Mike Thompson, whose district includes parts of Solano County, told SFGATE last week that he has been “pushing” the Treasury Department, the Defense Department and the FBI to investigate the acquisitions.

Screenshots of the survey reviewed by SFGATE show an extensive market research campaign. It begins by informing recipients that they will appreciate “a description of an initiative that could be on the ballot in Solano County next year” regarding new development in eastern Solano County.

“This project would include a new city with tens of thousands of new homes, a large solar energy farm, orchards with more than a million new trees and more than ten thousand hectares of new parks and open spaces,” continues the ‘poll.

Could this be one of those new “15 minute cities” we’ve all heard so much about? Because the polls have been distributed through a polling site, the identity of those behind them remains a mystery, fueling intense speculation about their real plans.

Since news of Flannery’s acquisitions broke, locals have speculated that the buyer could be planning anything from a deep-water port to a regional airport and even a nuclear power plant. But building a new city from scratch would present its own set of challenges. On the one hand, the developer would have to acquire water rights to support large tracts of suburban housing. And, according to Farley, Solano County’s “orderly growth” policy, which restricts urban development in many parts of the county, would need to be changed.

The chances of this company being a new “smart city” are very high. A perfect place to “block out” the masses both metaphorically and literally. Now, the pressing question on most people’s minds is probably this: Will this new city also be inundated with human outbreaks, needles and homeless people, all living under the dark shadow of rising tax rates? crime and failed companies? If the Liberals run this new venture, the answer may be a resounding “YES!”



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