Posted by: Sandy Steinman | February 23, 2022

Court Upholds Ventura County Ordinances to Safeguard Wildlife Connectivity

The National Parks Conservation Association  reports

A pair of Ventura County ordinances that increases protections for wildlife corridors has prevailed after a judge ruled on the side of county leaders and conservationists.

The tentative rulings, expected to be finalized next week, uphold Ordinance No. 4537 and Ordinance No. 4539, which were approved by the board of supervisors in 2019. The ordinances designate standards for development and require environmental reviews for projects that may hinder wildlife connectivity. They are the first ordinances of their kind in California.

Read more Court Upholds Ventura County Ordinances to Safeguard Wildlife Connectivity · National Parks Conservation Association


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