The state says it wants to build that 55 million dollar wildlife crossing on the 101 in Calabasas.
The foundation that helps Malibu schools says its back to school drive was a big success.
Sacramento votes to strip cities like Malibu from their power to regulate new cell antennas.
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Good morning Trancas Canyon Road.
The state has released its environmental assessment for a wildlife crossing over U.S. Highway 101 … to let cougars and other wildlife migrate across the freeway.
Liberty Canyon in Agoura Hills has been identified as the ideal spot for a vegetated crossing to provide safe passage for wildlife across U.S. Highway 101.
Several alternatives are discussed … the state says the idea is sound.
A UCLA study has found that without increased connectivity … genetic diversity decreases.
The mountain lions in the Santa Monica Mountains stand a good chance of extinction without lions moving down from the north.
Two kittens recently born in the hills above Malibu are the victims of a vicious circle of inbreeding.
Two figures are missing from the study.
How much it would cost … and how much will be saved … dollarwise and animal wise … are not in the study.
Caltrans has already predicted the proposed set of bridges over the 1-0-1 and Agoura Road could cost upwards of 55 million dollars.
That estimate is not discussed in the environmental impact assessment … released yesterday.
The state says no public…
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