Creators of a proposed master plan for the Ventura Freeway Corridor, a five-mile stretch between the city of Los Angeles and the Ventura County line, are accepting public input on what should be included in the document.
The plan is designed to coordinate public policy between the county and cities along the corridor--Agoura Hills, Calabasas, Westlake Village and Hidden Hills--said Board of Supervisors Chairman Zev Yaroslavsky.
It is focused on establishing guidelines to protect natural resources and to lead development in the area--an environmentally sensitive spot in the county.
A draft document will be available for public review on Thursday at Yaroslavsky's field office in Calabasas; at public libraries in Agoura Hills, Calabasas and Westlake Village; at the Hidden Hills City Hall; at the headquarters offices of the National Park Service, and at the Las Virgenes Municipal Water District.
Also, a public meeting to discuss the plan is scheduled for 10 a.m. May 3 at Willow Elementary School, 29026 Laro Drive, Agoura Hills.
The document is a result of cooperative efforts of the four cities and the county, as well as other public entities in the area.