EHL Newsletter • Summer 2018
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When the first plans were adopted in the 1990s, risks were acknowledged. Now, concerns are building.
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Otay Ranch and North County projects threaten San Diego species conservation
EHL submitted CEQA comments on ill-conceived “villages” whose disastrous impacts have fully come to light 26 years after initial approval, as well as on a damaging new proposal in the North County.
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EHL in the News
EHL responded to the media on sprawl development in San Diego.
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Weird Stuff

What on earth has that crane fly done, I asked myself?
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