Three park bond acts are under consideration: Senate Bill 5, Assembly Bill 18, and an initiative by The Nature Conservancy. There has not been a Park Bond Act since 2000. It is expected that the two houses of the Legislature will reach agreement on one measure and, for the first time, it appears the Governor may sign a park bond act. If this happens, the initiative will likely be withdrawn. Remember: Chino Hills State Park is not finished. Not all ridgelines are protected. They could be developed. And, Aera Energy’s proposed 3,600 houses on the hills above Brea and Rowland Heights still looms large. A bond act offers hope to save our hills. Stay tuned.