HB Tomorrow’s May 2017 Newsletter

HB Tomorrow Newsletter May 2017 Dear HB Tomorrow Members and Neighbors, It's official: We are going... Council Unanimously Approves Initial Steps to a Non-Toxic HB Billy O’Connell’s motion on HBT and Non-Toxic HB’s non-toxic proposal passed 7-0 Monday night. In three months, the city will review the results from Central Park West and decide whether …

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Show Up! Non-Toxic HB on the May 1 Council Agenda!

[ UPDATE 5/2: Billy O'Connell's Motion on HBT and Non-Toxic HB's non-toxic proposal passed 7-0 last night. The city will review & possibly expand in 3 months after consulting with Irvine & having 2 UC Irvine scientists comment to council when it is reviewed. Billy made sure a motion was made, Jill summarized & explained …

BANNING RANCH UPDATE: Coastal Commission’s revised findings to deny development permit

The agenda for the February 9 meeting of the Coastal Commission includes revised findings for the Commission's September denial of the Banning Ranch project. Full text below. HB Tomorrow has steadfastly opposed 19th St. Bridge from Costa Mesa to Brookhurst and supported a smaller project on Banning Ranch mindful of the environmental impacts, with traffic …