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Protect Niles v. City of Fremont - Personal Observations May Support a CEQA "Fair Argument"

August 2018 A recent unpublished opinion by California’s First Appellate District highlights the risk that CEQA lead agencies face when they approve projects with potential visual or traffic impacts based on a negative declaration.  In Protect Nil… Read More
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Nuclear Regulatory Commission Violates NEPA by Allowing Licensing Decisions to Stand While NEPA Defects Are Corrected

July 2018 Oglala Sioux Tribe v. U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission 2018 U.S. App. LEXIS 20215 The District of Columbia Circuit recently held that the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s practice of leaving licensing decisions in effect while under… Read More
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U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and National Marine Fisheries Service Propose Revisions to Endangered Species Act Regulations

 July 2018 The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (“Service”) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Marine Fisheries Service (together “Agencies”) have jointly proposed revisions to regulations that implement p… Read More
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California Natural Resources Agency Releases Additional Proposed Revisions to CEQA Guidelines

July 2018 The California Natural Resources Agency has released another round of proposed revisions to the CEQA Guidelines. The draft changes to the guidelines were originally published in January 2018 and followed by public hearings in March 2018. Th… Read More
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ARB Holding Workshops on AB 617 Stationary Source Emissions Reporting Regulations

May 2018 California Assembly Bill 617, adopted by the state Legislature in 2017, requires stationary air sources to track and report emissions of criteria and toxic pollutants on an annual basis.  The California Air Resources Board is beginning the… Read More
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Mine Safety and Health Administration Publishes Final Rule on Workplace Examinations

30 CFR § 56/57.18002 April 2018 On April 9, 2018, the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) published its final Workplace Examination rule (the “Final Rule”).  The Final Rule is the culmination of MSHA’s nearly two-year effort to revis… Read More
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Firm Highlighted as Leader in Cannabis Permitting and Regulatory Compliance

Harrison, Temblador, Hungerford & Johnson LLP has been recognized in a recent article by The Recorder (available here) as a leader in obtaining local cannabis land use entitlements and state licenses.  The firm has applied its land use expertise… Read More
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HTHJ Client Honeydew Farms, LLC Holds Most State Cannabis Cultivation Licenses (1/15/18)

A recent survey (available here) found that as of January 15, 2018, Harrison, Temblador, Hungerford & Johnson client Honeydew Farms, LLC holds the most cultivation licenses in the state.  Honeydew Farms, LLC, which is based in Humboldt County, i… Read More
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Court Holds That Stipulated Compliance Orders Do Not Require CEQA Review

Coastal Environmental Rights Foundation v. County of San Diego (2017) Cal. App. Unpub. LEXIS 6988 In an unpublished decision of interest to quarry operators, California’s Fourth Appellate District held that San Diego County did not need to perfor… Read More
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Please Note Our New Address

Harrison, Temblador, Hungerford & Johnson LLP has a new address: 2801 T Street Sacramento, CA 95816 All firm phone numbers and email addresses remain the same. Please call (916) 382-4377 or email info@hthjlaw.com with any questions. Read More
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