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SOAR Protects Our County’s Open Space.

SOAR is a series of voter initiatives that require a majority vote of the people before agricultural land or open space areas can be rezoned for development. The eight voter-approved SOAR initiatives passed by the cities of Camarillo, Fillmore, Moorpark, Oxnard, Santa Paula, Simi Valley, Thousand Oaks and Ventura require voter approval for urban development beyond a City Urban Restriction Boundary (CURB), or, in the case of the City of Ventura, before rezoning agricultural land within the city’s sphere of influence.

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SOAR is a series of voter initiatives that require a vote of the people before agricultural land or open space areas can be rezoned for development.

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4 days ago

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SOAR is proud to announce that we have signed on to the coalition letter urging the California Fish and Game Commission to list Southern and Central California mountain lions under the California Endangered Species Act, requiring state and local agencies to promote the recovery and long-term survival of listed species. We have a unique opportunity to preserve this keystone species and potentially many other imperiled wildlife and plants. #SaveCaliforniaCougars

Thank you to the Center for Biological Diversity for initiating this important addition.
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SOAR is proud to announce that we have signed on to the coalition letter urging the California Fish and Game Commission to list Southern and Central California mountain lions under the California Endangered Species Act, requiring state and local agencies to promote the recovery and long-term survival of listed species. We have a unique opportunity to preserve this keystone species and potentially many other imperiled wildlife and plants. #SaveCaliforniaCougars
 
Thank you to the Center for Biological Diversity for initiating this important addition.

 

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Well you can start helping them by giving them more game to eat ... which means you need to have controlled Burns. deer cannot eat eight-foot-tall Chaparral they need grass that's why the state needs to have more control burns. after the Thomas fire and other fires in the past in that region there is more grass and that means there is more deer. without dear you not going to have much in the way of mountain lions. In the past the natives did controlled Burns there were herds of deers up on the Silver Mountain Area topa topa Mountain Area all to Santa Paula it was huge grass field they have lots of deer. Unfortunately people are so anti fire and the government is so anti far it's doing more harm than good. The management in California is horrific if you do it correctly you will have less wildfires breaking out and completely out of control and you help the environment and the animal population.

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2 weeks ago

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Dog walks: Not Canceled! ...

Dog walks: Not Canceled!

 

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Walking on the beach cancelled dog or no dog. We really needed those walks. To bad it was ruined for many.

Just leash laws apparently

just no people?

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