In a letter to Supervisors Bill Horn, Dianne Jacob, Greg Cox, Pam Slater and Ron Roberts; Kathleen Hayden of Coyote Canyon Caballos d'Anza writes:
"Honorable Board of Supervisors,
The older above referenced news release is typical of CBD propaganda.
The route CBD refers to is the Anza public route created by Spanish expeditions as early as 1774 and graded by the Civil Conservation Corps at tax payers expense in the 1930's before Parks acquired the lands from BLM. The route closure was facilitated by the same management plan that zeroed out the Coyote Canyon Wild Horse Herd under the guise of bighorn sheep protection, disputed by UC Davis studies.
Mandated historic cultural and wildlife preservation laws were circumvented in processing the management plan. The federally mandated herd area was grossly underestimated and misrepresented. The management plan was fatally flawed. The public suffered a loss that by law can and must be restored.
San Diego County Board of Supervisors have the opportunity to restore this loss.
Please facilitate the remedy.
Coyote Canyon Caballos d'Anza"
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