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The Mercury News
Huey D. Johnson: California's coast is in grave danger if Coastal Commission coup succeedsGov. Jerry Brown signaled his commitment to the coast 40 years ago when he sign
Huey D. Johnson: California's coast is in grave danger if Coastal Commission coup succeeds
The Mercury News / Posted yesterday
Gov. Jerry Brown signaled his commitment to the coast 40 years ago when he signed the California Coastal Act. I stood beside him as the secretary for natural resources at the time, proud that California had the foresight to guarantee coastal access... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
25 mile greenway loop through Chattanooga to be completed this yearAngela Hicks walks along the South Chickamauga Creek Greenway on Sunday, Jan. 3
25 mile greenway loop through Chattanooga to be completed this year
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 5 days ago
Angela Hicks walks along the South Chickamauga Creek Greenway on Sunday, Jan. 31, 2016, in Chattanooga, Tenn. Several new sections of the greenway will be completed in the coming year, linking East Ridge and St. Elmo with the Tennessee... Read more
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Vail Daily
Eagle mulls sales tax for river park planEAGLE — Here’s the formula: 0.5 percent, 20 years, $4 million. That’s what Eag
Eagle mulls sales tax for river park plan
Vail Daily / Posted 8 days ago
EAGLE — Here’s the formula: 0.5 percent, 20 years, $4 million. That’s what Eagle officials hope local taxpayers will approve when they present the Eagle River Park plan on the April 5 municipal ballot. While wordsmithing and legal and financial... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
Women and Children's Hospital Re-Use ProposalsBUFFALO, NY- The nearly 125-year old Women & Children’s Hospital facility on Br
Women and Children's Hospital Re-Use Proposals
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted 9 days ago
BUFFALO, NY- The nearly 125-year old Women & Children’s Hospital facility on Bryant Street in Buffalo is set to be replaced by the new Oishei Children's Hospital at the Buffalo Niagara Medical campus in late 2017. On Thursday, four developers... Read more
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Denver Post
Pasquinel's Landing Park opens S. Platte River to Denver neighborhoodResidents of southwest Denver's Overland Park neighborhood have a new amenity a
Pasquinel's Landing Park opens S. Platte River to Denver neighborhood
Denver Post / Posted 15 days ago
Residents of southwest Denver's Overland Park neighborhood have a new amenity and better access to the South Platte River after Denver Parks and Recreation finished work on Pasquinel's Landing Park late last year. "It's awesome. We're really excited... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Could fixing California roads be environmental benefit?A special legislative session called last year to address billions of dollars’
Could fixing California roads be environmental benefit?
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 15 days ago
A special legislative session called last year to address billions of dollars’ worth of backlogged repairs to state and local roads has yet to get out of the garage. Among the many reasons that lawmakers so far have failed to pass a funding plan –... Read more
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East Bay Express
Environmental Giant Sylvia McLaughlin of Berkeley Dies at Age 99Sylvia McLaughlin, an environmental trailblazer and longtime leader of the Bay
Environmental Giant Sylvia McLaughlin of Berkeley Dies at Age 99
East Bay Express / Posted 17 days ago
Sylvia McLaughlin, an environmental trailblazer and longtime leader of the Bay Area’s environmental community who co-founded Save the Bay and served on the boards of the National Audubon Society, East Bay Conservation Corps, Save the Redwoods League,... Read more
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Marin Independent Journal
Cows shouldn’t drive Point Reyes park planThirty-nine years ago this month, as then-president of the Trust for Public Lan
Cows shouldn’t drive Point Reyes park plan
Marin Independent Journal / Posted 17 days ago
Thirty-nine years ago this month, as then-president of the Trust for Public Land, I purchased a magnificent 3-mile stretch of the Marin coast for the public. Those 2,300 acres, rich in scenery, wildlife and opportunities for recreation, were added... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Groups come together to build trails in East ChattanoogaTeal Thibaud of the Glass House Collective, left, and Brenna Kelly from the Sou
Groups come together to build trails in East Chattanooga
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 20 days ago
Teal Thibaud of the Glass House Collective, left, and Brenna Kelly from the Southeast Conservation cross North Crest Road near the Sherman Reservation on the north end of Missionary Ridge, part of the Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Battlefield... Read more

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