Santa Susana Knolls, California
STK t-shirt
Save The Knolls T-Shirt.

A Gildan Cotton T-Shirt which features: 5.3 oz 100% preshrunk cotton, screen printed insignia, seamless collar, taped neck and shoulders, double-needle sleeve and bottom hems, quarter-turned to eliminate center crease, very nice mid-weight.

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In the rural zoned area known as Santa Susana Knolls, near Simi Valley, California, Colton Lee Development proposes to widen Katherine Road in order to win the Ventura County government's and Planning Commission's approval of Katherine Rd. as a secondary access and also gain approval for its high density development in the non-urban Knolls. This 6 minute video on the history of the Topanga Fire in 2005 shows how useless Katherine Rd—widened or not—would have been as a secondary access road. In fact it was a dangerous escape route during the 2005 fire and will probably be so again, regardless of whether it's widened.

See this video on YouTube