Here is the video clip of the Madrona project approvals being rescinded. Brea City Attorney Jim Markman provides the introduction, Councilmember Marty Simonoff moves to rescind the approvals, Councilmember Christine Marick seconds the motion, and it was approved unanimously.
Winter 2018 (PDF – 753 KB) Highlights: The Wins Keep Coming! (Madrona) Esperanza Hills Mary Hanson’s Passing Yes on Prop. 68 Powder Canyon History Activities With Legislators Burn It Where You Buy It Spring = Mating Season Raceway Proposed Next to … Read More
We are pleased to provide a recap of our activities in 2017 and for all of the support that allowed us to take action and to win environmental battles on several fronts. This approximately two minute video highlights the wildflower … Read More
The Brea City Attorney explains at the January 16, 2018 City Council Meeting what his initial take is of the Supreme Court’s denial of the developer’s request for review of the Madrona project. In short, he believes the project can’t … Read More
The California Supreme Court has just turned down the developer’s request for review of the Madrona Project. Game Over. We won. After a 17 year battle to stop Madrona, a dangerous hillside development of 162 houses deep in the … Read More
This article hits home. This is exactly why Hills For Everyone has been fighting projects in the hills in known wildfire corridors, including Madrona and Esperanza Hills. How much risk is one community supposed to take on and at what … Read More