A lot of the projects Hills For Everyone has opposed are in Very High (or High) Fire Hazard Severity Zones (i.e., Hidden Oaks – Chino Hills, Madrona – Brea, and Esperanza Hills – above Yorba Linda). By definition this means … Read More
Check out the Fall 2019 Newsletter. It covers: Why Cougars Count Madrona Esperanza Hills Puente Hills Preserve Grows We Lost a Friend (Judy Hathaway Francis) Park Hours Change 104 Year Fire Study Released Send us an email with your name and complete … Read More
Hills For Everyone had several key successes last year, but we continue to face numerous challenges threatening the Puente-Chino Hills Wildlife Corridor. This video captures some of the highlights of our work from 2018 including victories with Madrona and the … Read More
Highlights from the newsletter: Freeway Complex Fire 10 Year Commemoration Event; Esperanza Hills; Prado Raceway; Welcome Back, Bob; Whittier Oil Drilling; Significant Ecological Area Ordinance; City of Industry; Madrona; Diamond Bar General Plan Update; and Three Easy Ways to Help … Read More
Fall 2018 (PDF – 577 KB) Highlights: Freeway Complex Fire 10 Year Commemoration Event Esperanza Hills Prado Raceway Welcome Back, Bob! Whittier Oil Drilling Significant Ecological Area Ordinance City of Industry Madrona Diamond Bar General Plan Update Three Easy Ways to … Read More
Here is the video clip of the Madrona project approvals being rescinded.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