The following is a copy of a letter sent to the board of the SCV Water Agency:
One would think the lessons of building in high-fire-hazard zones would be learned. So, why is the SCV Water Agency supporting development in Spring Canyon, a high-fire-hazard zone? Why is the agency helping the developers by assisting in setting up a Mello-Roos district for the Spring Canyon project? Also, why is the water agency supporting developers in the first place?
In addition, this development would hinder, or make virtually unusable, a wildlife corridor linkage to the Santa Clara River. Please, reject this.