A California Superior Court judge ruled that Lake County, Calif. must set aside its approval of an ultra-luxury development in Northern California’s Guenoc Valley because it failed to consider the effect on community safety and wildfire evacuation. The ruling halts the large resort project that would have added thousands of new residents and visitors to the highly fire-prone location. The as-yet undeveloped 16,000-acre site is habitat for several wildlife species including golden eagles, western pond turtles, and foothill yellow frogs, which the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service is seeking to add to the Endangered Species List.