EHL Newsletter Fall 2017
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Lawsuits attack toll road settlement agreement
If litigation by the City of San Clemente and a local homeowners association succeed, hard won protections for San Onofre State Beach would be lost.
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San Diego County Climate Action Plan could give a “green light” to sprawl
Undermining efforts to make California a carbon efficient economy, the draft Climate Action Plan, or CAP, would allow “off–shoring” of emissions reductions for new development. This would frustrate the goal of using land use planning and transit to reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs).
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NCCP/HCP signed for OCTA habitat plan
State and federal wildlife agencies approved the Orange County Transportation Authority's ambitious freeway mitigation program as a federal Habitat Conservation Plan and a State of California Natural Communities Conservation Plan.
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EHL in the News
EHL was quoted on the lawsuits filed against the tollroad Settlement Agreement.
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Poetry by Jess Morton
You will know where they have been
long after, no ripple to be seen
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