In 2006, Orange County voters approved transportation sales tax, Renewed Measure M, which included funding for mitigation of freeway projects. One of the properties protected by the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) is next to Chino Hills State Park. OCTA is renaming the protected properties to reflect the natural resource values on the land rather than the name of property owner they bought it from. In many cases those landowners had proposed housing projects, including the Hayashi property in Brea. Cast your vote by February 16th to help rename the preserves.
Vote online at: www.octa.net/Preservation.