More than 100 dairies in the Chino and Corona areas will need to relocate and county officials hope they come here, but the county has run into a snag with the first dairy to show interest.
An overly enthusiastic member of the county's dairy attraction committee told the Leeuwen family, who want to build Bull Frog Dairy here, that building permit fees could or would be waived, county Planning and Building Supervisor Jurg Hueberger said.
The county Board of Supervisors tried to clear up the misunderstanding Tuesday by sending a letter to William Van Leeuwen showing the board's support for the dairy.
Pollution restrictions and housing development has put pressure on dairies in Chino and Corona to relocate. Hueberger said more than 100 dairies in the Chino and Corona areas will need to move.