ROTV Update: The City of Santa Clarita voted to support the Rim of the Valley Corridor – Alternative D! Los Angeles Mayor, Eric Garcetti, added his support for Alternative D plus! Here is the link to his comments ….. LA Mayor Garcetti Comments on Rim of the Valley 06292015
This week, both the city of Thousand Oaks and Calabasas voted to support Rim of the Valley Corridor – and both endorsed the National Park Service’s Alternative D.
Thousand Oaks voted unanimously 5-0 to support Alternative D. Calabasas voted 4-1 – with Councilmember David Shapiro saying he didn’t support any Alternative – he just abstained. Particularly eloquent testimony in support of D came from Calabasas Councilmember Mary Sue Maurer. Appreciation to Mayor Lucy Martin also for her support and agendizing the discussion.
Forestar Real Estate, a Texas based development company, is proposing a 188 home subdivision called Hidden Creeks Estates, in one of our last remaining parcels of prime wildlife habitat in the southern Santa Susana Mountains.
Kudos to Agoura Hills and the Ventura County Board of Supervisors for leading the way re: Rim of the Valley Corridor!
Last Wednesday, Agoura Hills, our Gateway City to the Santa Monica Mountains, voted UNANIMOUSLY to support Rim of the Valley Corridor – Alternative D!
FRIENDS OF THE SANTA MONICA MOUNTAINS:
This Tuesday, June 16 – the Ventura County Board of Supervisors will be considering Supervisor Linda Parks’ proposal to support Alternative D for Rim of the Valley Corridor.