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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August 2018 A recent unpublished opinion by California’s First Appellate District highlights the risk that CEQA lead agencies face when they approve projects with potential visual or traffic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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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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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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Court Upholds Use Of Deed Restrictions As An Enforceable Method of Protecting Mitigation Lands

Sierra Club v. County of San Benito (2017 Cal. App. LEXIS 1987) In Sierra Club v. County of San Benito, a California court upheld the county’s use of a deed restriction, rather than insisting upon a conservation easement, as a mechanism to ensure t… Read More
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