Volume 14 - No. 2 - Spring 2004

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· Habitat funding in San Diego: Gold at the end of the rainbow?

· Pocket mice find a home in Dana Point

· Beasts and Botany by Jess Morton

· NCCP falls behind schedule in Orange County

· SANDAG’s Regional Comprehensive Plan released for public review

· EHL in the News

· Poetry by Jess Morton

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EHL in the News

On March 29, in the wake of the defeat of a growth management ballot measure, the San Diego Union Tribune reported on the progress of the County of San Diego’s “2020” General Plan Update. This update had been cited as an alternative to the ballot measure. EHL Executive Director Dan Silver stated the obvious: “To use a metaphor, all of our eggs are in one basket now.” EHL sits on the Interest Group advising the Board of Supervisors on the Update.

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