California County OKs 400K-Acre Wildlife Corridor



By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views

On the basis of saving the forest (instead of cleaning the forest, Ventura County is taking 400,000 acres of land out of service to the public.  Oh, they will also “save” the animals—as if the deer and rats can read and know to stay within the protected acreage.

“A Southern California county put the finishing touches on a first-of-its-kind wildlife corridor Tuesday that will protect important pathways for animals to pass between critical habitats and into Los Padres National Forest.

The wildlife corridor in Ventura County covers 400,000 acres and includes more than 150,000 acres of private land. Sections stretch from the Pacific Coast into the mountains.

The main aim is to provide restrictions on development to provide adequate pathways for wildlife to pass through rural and semirural parts of Ventura County.

This is not about saving the forests—it is about using excuses to steal private property.  Of course, there will be no property tax paid on the 150,000 acres stolen—so how will the County make up for that short fall?  Higher taxes.


Related article: Board of Supervisors Push through Wildlife Corridor in Major Blow to Property Owners

Stephen Frank: Is the the publisher and editor of the California Political News and Views.  Mr. Frank speaks all over California and appears as a guest on several radio shows each week. He has also served as a guest host on radio talk shows and is a full time political consultant.

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