EHL Newsletter • Spring 2020
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Election results: A narrow defeat and a victory in San Diego
An EHL-backed ballot measure to uphold “smart growth” in the unincorporated area lost by a razor-thin margin, but a referendum to overturn a habitat-consuming development project succeeded.
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Litigation round-up: Orange and Los Angeles Counties
A court upheld our settlement agreement protecting San Onofre State Beach.
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Litigation round-up: Inland Empire
EHL acted to defend the critically endangered San Bernardino kangaroo rat (SBKR) and the Western Riverside Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan (MSHCP).
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Litigation round-up: San Diego County
With anti-planning supervisors in the majority on the Board of Supervisors, EHL has been forced to file several lawsuits.
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EHL in the News
EHL helped debunk the use of excessive vegetation clearing to promote fire safety.
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Essay by Jess Morton
Nothing Happened Here
 
Just west of the Wigwam, IORM Sequoia Lodge #140, is a house, also in the Craftsman Style and overlooking the ocean.
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