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Supervisors OK sustainability, native plant policies


Last updated 5/13/2021 at 8:20pm

San Diego County supervisors Wednesday, May 5, unanimously approved policies focused on environmental sustainability, and offered residents and businesses new tools to expand the natural habitat.

Supervisor Terra Lawson-Remer teamed up with board Chairman Nathan Fletcher and Vice Chairwoman Nora Vargas to propose reorganizing county departments around sustainability, including a formal plan, and creating a native plant policy to preserve regional biodiversity.

"Sustainability is not just something we need in our communities, but also in how local government works,'' Lawson-Remer said...

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