As approved by City, the Project involves the construction of 33 single-family dwelling units and associated infrastructure on 28 acres of undeveloped land and conservation of an open space lot encompassing 61 acres. Project activities within the 28 acre Construction Site include clearing and grubbing all vegetation; extending Andora Avenue with the construction of "A" street; adding a secondary emergency access route; constructing 33 homes and related infrastructure, including grading front, side, and back yards, associated utilities, and stormwater conveyance structures; clearing vegetation for fuel modification purposes; maintaining existing designated horse trails within the 28 acres; and constructing a new segment of horse trail and watering station within the 28 acres. The Project will result in impacts to 1.07 acres of Santa Susana tarplant (Dienandra minthornii) habitat; the Project will permanently remove 1.07 acres of Santa Susana tarplant habitat. The project is expected to result in incidental take of Santa Susana tarplant, which is designated as a State Rare species under the Native Plant Protection Act. The ITP referenced above as issued by CDFW authorizes incidental take of species listed under California Endangered Species Act (CESA) that may occur as a result of Project implementation.