Why this one-time Temecula activist misses city's ‘small-town feel'

Marcia Slaven spoke about important land in central Temecula that she saved from becoming houses. 'I think maybe there's a library there.' That wou...

September 16, 2022
8:48 AM

Marcia Slaven spoke about important land in central Temecula that she saved from becoming houses. 'I think maybe there's a library there.' That would be the Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library, Temecula's largest. As to her uncertainty about something most city residents know without a doubt, she's been away from the area for 23 years. Slaven was one of Temecula's original civic activists when the city incorporated in 1989. Her early energy led to her appointment to the city's planning commission in the mid-1990s.

Carl Love