It appears the majority of residents in California believe we should stop building homes in high fire areas. Now we just need to convince decision makers. (Photo: Canyon Fire 2017) View the Los Angeles Times article.
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The OC Board of Supervisors approved the 340-unit Esperanza Hills project on September 25, 2018. Supervisor Spitzer was the only NO vote. Residents filed another lawsuit in October 2018.
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Over 25 years ago, the effort to save our hills took a giant leap forward when elected leaders across the hills and across counties came together to form the Wildlife Corridor Conservation Authority (WCCA). A housing project that would have … Read More
It was announced at the Wildlife Corridor Conservation Authority (WCCA) meeting this week that the Puente Hills Habitat Authority secured additional lands! Two parcels totaling 2.34 acres were conserved near Harbor Blvd. in La Habra Heights from a willing seller. These lands, … Read More
The Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG), a regional planning agency, is soliciting feedback on the future of SoCal’s development, transportation, and open space. If you support open space–and we think you do–make sure you state that in the survey (which … Read More