Earlier this year, the Ventura County Flood Control District along with the Federal Emergency Management Agency spent $6.
What does VCFCD stand for?
VCFCD stands for Ventura County Flood Control District (California)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Army Corps of Engineers and the Ventura County Flood Control District, is currently underway.
Attorneys representing the Ventura County Flood Control District had argued that they could begin removing the trees as soon as Monday.
The trees must be removed because construction of the 66-foot-tall dam and debris basin is banned around nesting birds under an agreement between the Ventura County Flood Control District and the state Department of Fish and Game.
Byline: Cecilia Chan Staff Writer Ventura County Flood Control District officials met Monday with environmentalists who want to save some of the 41 ancient oaks that will be removed when the controversial Lang Ranch Dam is built.
Officials at the Ventura County Flood Control District have submitted a grant seeking funding from the Governor's Office through money set aside for chronically polluted beaches.
County Supervisor Kathy Long and representatives of the state Department of Fish and Game joined Babbitt in praising the joint effort of agencies like the Bureau of Reclamation, the Ventura County Flood Control District and the U.
Ventura's project - funded by a $250,000 Coastal Conservancy grant in cooperation with the Surfrider Foundation, Seaside Park and the Ventura County Flood Control District - is part of the larger Surfers Point Managed Retreat Project, which will eventually relocate the bike path adjacent to Shoreline Drive and remove existing state beach parking to allow more room for the beach to fluctuate.