After questioning applicants who are proposing a zip line project in the Santa Ynez Valley, the county supervisors delayed the hearing until 7/19. The project — consisting of 20 individual zip lines — was unanimously approved by the county’s Planning Commission in January but was quickly appealed to the Board of Supervisors by a neighbor. Several speakers championed the project — “Kids can’t go wine tasting, and that’s all there is to do in the valley,” one said — but last-minute technical information that the appellant brought forward regarding Caltrans requirements necessitated the delay. County planners will review the information in the next month.
County Delays Decision on Zip Line Project
Thursday, June 23, 2016
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