The City of Brea has a public road easement over the Olinda Drive extension, which leads up to the Madrona project site. Eventually that road will serve another housing development on land owned by Aera Energy. So if Madrona and the Aera project are someday built, Madrona residents will be watching Aera residents drive by on a public road they have a right to use. Brea has refused to analyze those traffic impacts that would likely bring hundreds of cars through Olinda Village as Madrona residents seek a short cut and use of the traffic light on Carbon Canyon at Olinda Place. View a map of this easement.
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Future Madrona project residents
will likely ask to use Olinda Drive to
exit the project site.