Summer 2012 Vol 22 No 3
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EHL sues City of Murrieta over MSHCP implementation
In May, EHL filed suit against the City of Murrieta challenging its refusal to implement essential provisions of the Western Riverside County Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan (MSHCP).
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New San Diego County General Plan already under threat
Adopted just last year, the new General Plan already is threatened by large-scale amendments and by litigation. In each case, EHL has sought to protect the plan.
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The Foothill toll road – it’s back
After rejection by the California Coastal Commission and the U.S. Department of Commerce, the Orange County Transportation Corridor Agency is desperately trying to construct the road in segments.
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It’s back, too – the Liberty Quarry
In a turnaround that stunned observers, a massive mine near Temecula has been resurrected by the Riverside County Board of Supervisors.
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EHL in the News
The media turned to EHL on topics ranging from agricultural preservation to litigation we filed to land use policy to an unfriendly takeover of wildlife habitat.
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Poetry by Jess Morton

The Sense of Being

It is my eye looking away across the night sky
to absorb the giddy dance of autumn stars
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