EHL Newsletter • Summer 2015
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San Bernardino County Vision makes progress
The Environment Element, a component of the Countywide Vision process, completed a work plan and recommended a second phase that could lead to comprehensive habitat planning.
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Orange County Measure M wraps up series of land acquisitions
With an ocean view purchase in Aliso Canyon, the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) finalized its very successful initial set of land purchases and restoration projects.
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Los Angeles County General Plan updates finalized
Both the General Plan “2035” Update and the Antelope Valley Area Plan (AVAP) were adopted, and include historic improvements in land use as well as some flaws.
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Life in a Dry Landscape
The world around me is dry. The rains have been infrequent, fitful in their inconstancy with the things that depend on them. There is still life here, but it seems muted, quiet and waiting.
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