Proposed Wildlife Corridor Agenda Item
Proposed Wildlife Corridor in the News
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The ribbon-cutting for the completion of the Donlon Road/State Route 118 Realignment Project in Somis.
The groundbreaking for a new fire station to replace the little one alongside the freeway in Newbury Park. This will mean a quieter and less polluted environment for our firefighters, a building that has room for ladder trucks and additional equipment for emergencies, and continuing good response times from the Ventura County Fire Department.
Womentum Conference organized by the Women's Economic Roundtable and their Youth Advisory Council.
The ribbon cutting for Horizon View, the County’s first residential treatment center for people with severe mental illness. The County has oversight to ensure excellent care for these patients and a local center makes it easier for family and friends from the area to visit their loved ones.
On May 7, a resolution to support 101/Liberty Canyon Wildlife Crossing was approved by 97 Southern California elected officials at the General Assembly of SCAG.
Pictured at SCAG General Assembly are Mountain Lion P-22, Los Angeles Councilmember Tom LaBonge, National Wildlife Foundation's Beth Pratt-Bergstrom, UCLA Master's student Aysha Rüya Cohen, and Resource Conservation District member Dennis Weber.