THE PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD FOR THE NEW DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT FOR FERRINI RANCH ENDS IN ABOUT A MONTH. THE REVISED DRAFT E-I-R, IS FOR A RESIDENTIAL AND WINERY PROJECT NEAR TORO PARK, ON THE 870 ACRE FERRINI RANCH. AT ISSUE ARE NOT ONLY THE PROJECT’S IMPACT ON TRAFFIC AND WATER; BUT AIR QUALITY, NOISE IMPACTS……AND THE DESTRUCTION OF HABITAT FOR THE ENDANGERED CALIFORNIA TIGER SALAMANDER AND THE RARE PACIFIC GROVE CLOVER. The project would include 146 market-rate housing lots, a 35-acre winery (and tasting room), and 600 acres of open space (in three separate parcels). It calls for the removal of 921 protected oak trees, (equal to about 14 acres of oak woodland).