EHL Newsletter • Spring 2019
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Los Angeles County Planning Commission acts on Significant Ecological Areas
A revised ordinance delivers both conservation science and project streamlining.
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EHL call for fire safety
EHL has written the Boards of Supervisors of San Diego and Los Angeles Counties calling for a complete reassessment of land use policies in high fire areas.
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San Bernardino draft habitat plan released
A framework for conservation in San Bernardino County is taking shape.
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EHL litigation forces Rialto to comply with CEQA
A court ruled that additional environmental review will be needed for modifications of the Lytle Creek Ranch project.
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Poetry by Jess Morton
The Physics of Flight

At the triple point where wind, cliff and breaker
imply the wild sway of their native alliance
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