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October 31, 1990 | ROSE ELLEN O'CONNOR
Citing an urgent need for affordable housing, the county Planning Commission on Tuesday approved a 2,500-home development on the edge of O'Neill Regional Park despite warnings the project may destroy one of Southern California's richest natural habitats. The commission voted unanimously to endorse the proposed Las Flores Planned Community, even though a county-hired consultant recommended that the project be moved an average of 285 feet farther from the lush canyon known as Arroyo Trabuco.
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November 13, 1990 | ROSE ELLEN O'CONNOR, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Back when she wrote a series of textbooks for the then-new course of environmental studies for Orange County's public schools, biologist Karlin Marsh included a few chapters on community activism. Fifteen years later, she says, those chapters seem a little naive. "I've learned a lot in the intervening years," Marsh, 52, said wryly. "I've learned a lot about science and I've learned a lot about politics."
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 13, 1990 | ROSE ELLEN O'CONNOR, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Back when she wrote a series of textbooks for the then-new course of environmental studies for Orange County's public schools, biologist Karlin Marsh included a few chapters on community activism. Fifteen years later, she says, those chapters seem a little naive. "I've learned a lot in the intervening years," Marsh, 52, said wryly. "I've learned a lot about science and I've learned a lot about politics."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 31, 1990 | ROSE ELLEN O'CONNOR
Citing an urgent need for affordable housing, the county Planning Commission on Tuesday approved a 2,500-home development on the edge of O'Neill Regional Park despite warnings the project may destroy one of Southern California's richest natural habitats. The commission voted unanimously to endorse the proposed Las Flores Planned Community, even though a county-hired consultant recommended that the project be moved an average of 285 feet farther from the lush canyon known as Arroyo Trabuco.
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