The property will be used for environmental mitigation within the City of Chino (Subarea 2 Specific Plan), and possibly elsewhere within San Bernardino County, and, as such, will be preserved as wildlife habitat and open space. These entitlements are discussed in the associated City of Chino Environmental Impact Report (SCH #200121036). This project does not alter existing land use and will preserve existing natural conditions. The land transfer will result in preservation of existing natural conditions, including plant and animal habitats and expands critical linkages in the Puente-Chino Hills biological corridor.
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