Today, Hills For Everyone consultant Melanie Schlotterbeck presented to the National Parks class in California State University, Fullerton’s Geography Department on the importance of parks, and of course, the Puente-Chino Hills Wildlife Corridor.
Final Madrona Victory
Hills For Everyone filed a lawsuit on the approval of this 162 house project in Brea and won on all major issues. The appeal to the California Supreme Court was denied January 12, 2018. The City will now be ordered to revoke all approvals.
Esperanza Hills Appeal Victory
Hills For Everyone joined a lawsuit over the approval of the 340-unit hillside project and won. Then the appeal was won in October 2017 and the project approvals will need to be rescinded again.
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Congrats to local conservation groups (The Nature Conservancy included) and wildlife researchers for this much needed purchase in Riverside County. Without this connection in the Palomar Range, wildlife in the Santa Ana Mountains (and therefore, Puente-Chino Hills), would be stranded … Read More
Tonight we are at a special meeting of the Rowland Height Community Coordinating Council with many area residents. Why? The L.A. County Regional Planning Department recently initiated a study group to develop an East San Gabriel Valley (ESGV) Plan. The … Read More