EHL Newsletter • Winter 2019
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San Diego County Climate Action Plan overturned
On CEQA and General Plan grounds, a greenhouse gas reduction plan that would perversely lead to more automobile-dependent sprawl was soundly rejected by a court.
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Palos Verdes NCCP nears completion
A quarter of a century after its inception, the final draft NCCP for the Palos Verdes Peninsula is out for public comment and, ultimately, adoption.
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Riverside County preserve grows
With the final 200 acres, the acquisition of Warm Springs Ranch near Murrieta is complete.
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Poetry by Jess Morton
Swallow

Out of the off ramp's empty green
an insect surging through my sight
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