Volume 14 - No.2 - Spring 2004

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· Poetry by Jess Morton

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Habitat funding in San Diego: Gold at the end of the rainbow?
On April 9, 2004, the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) voted to tentatively include $850 million for habitat acquisition and management in the reauthorization of TransNet, the countywide 1/2-cent sales tax used to fund transportation projects.
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Pocket mice find a home in Dana Point
In January 2004, the California Coastal Commission approved a revised development proposal on the scenic and highly contentious Dana Point Headlands.
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Beasts and Botany by Jess Morton
It wasn't much of a motion. Something slender, like seed of needle grass, that went oddly sideways as my feet passed by. Just enough to draw my attention.
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NCCP falls behind schedule in Orange County
Planning for the Rancho Mission Viejo (RMV) – the 23,000 holding that is the center of a global biodiversity “hotspot” – was supposed to proceed with three synchronous processes: land use, habitat, and wetlands.
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SANDAG’s Regional Comprehensive Plan released for public review
The San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG), in its draft Regional Comprehensive Plan, makes a strong attempt to better link transportation with land use decisions.
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