Knapp Land Conservation Easement: An Update
Frontera is very respectful of our partnerships with landowners and we never share information about a transaction without the landowner’s permission. We do this for many reasons, since private landowners have the right to maintain their privacy. As for working with a public entity, privacy may vary depending on the stage of the project. In this case the landowner of the Knapp Land is the City of El Paso since the City bought the land in 2017 with Bond Funding provisions approved by the voters in 2012.
In any event, Frontera has been given approval to share with the public the following update regarding the Knapp Land Conservation Easement: “The Frontera Land Alliance and Lisa Gala, with the City of El Paso Capital Improvement Department, are working on the details and discussing terms of the conservation easement for this land. Once the details are worked out then Frontera will move forward with the next steps of diligence which include a review of the title commitment, ordering an environmental Phase I, to completing the baseline report for the conservation easement.”
As the project moves along we will let you know more, as appropriate and permitted.