Tejon Ranch deal to keep 240,000 acre...

Tejon Ranch deal to keep 240,000 acres wild

There are 5 comments on the LA Daily News story from May 9, 2008, titled Tejon Ranch deal to keep 240,000 acres wild. In it, LA Daily News reports that:

California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger looks over terrain maps of Tejon Ranch land with developers and environmentalist at Tejon Ranch.

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Los Angeles, CA

#1 May 9, 2008
Once again, some good news... with a little bad news. I guess as long as people have babies, we'll need to build homes, but at least a major portion of the land will stay undeveloped. Lets leave some for the animals. If the animals go, then all we'll have is just people to look at. And boy would that be boring!
Kikki 2

Carrollton, TX

#2 May 9, 2008
Tejon Ranch deal to keep 240,000 acres wild

"The ranch is such an important place," Chisholm said...

If it is so important, why destroy it with development. Why can't man just leave natural land the way it is. Let nature take of it. One answer why man can't leave it alone, MONEY & GREED..

Very disappointing group...at leasat you were smart for Los Lamas...now you've failed again...

Kikki 2

Carrollton, TX

#3 May 9, 2008
By the way, I am not from Houston, TX, it defaults to that & I cant seem to change it. I am a native Californian in Santa Clarita.

Frazier Park, CA

#4 May 26, 2008
sighs. I am a neighbor to Tejon Ranch have been forever and a day as far as i am concerned. I personally hate this. I live in the community, and I find it sad that the ranch seems to think that we as a community can support this type of community in terms of water, in terms of police/fire/sheriff, as it stands Flying J often calls for help and is forced to wait long time before they get it, given they are right on the edge of LA County and if Kern's rescue agences are busy it can be an hour plus wait for help. TOO LONG! i dont care if these homes go truly in Kern along the lake that Tejon has taken from being Castac to being "tejon lake", or if they are down along their land in 138 the area the community does not have the resources to properly support it. Let alone what it will do to the environment.

Thousand Oaks, CA

#5 May 30, 2008
What bothers me the most is how are resources to be provided? Water is becoming scare in California. These new communities will be supplied power by a coal burning power plant. What about the forgotten Gorman Wildflower preserve these developments are closing in on? Tejon area, you have a unique place. Done right you could attract tourism, help the economy and save the environment at the same time. Without sprawling developments.--webmaster, www.caopenspace.org

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