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Notice Inviting Bids – Annual Fuel Clearance in La Habra Heights

Posted by on Jan 21, 2020 in News | Comments Off on Notice Inviting Bids – Annual Fuel Clearance in La Habra Heights

Below is the Notice Inviting Bids for annual fuel clearance in La Habra Heights on Habitat Authority properties. The full specifications and sample contract will be posted to this website no later than Tuesday, January 28, 2020. Please check back. Mandatory job walk: Feb. 11, 2020. Please RSVP mmiller@habitatauthority.org Approval of the contract is dependent on the action of the Board of Directors of the Habitat Authority, currently scheduled for the March 19, 2020...

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Earth Day Success

Posted by on Apr 29, 2019 in News | Comments Off on Earth Day Success

Thank you to everyone who helped beautify Powder Canyon Trailhead at the Habitat Authority’s Earth Day celebration on April 27, 2019! ...

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Update: Powder Canyon Habitat Restoration

Posted by on Apr 25, 2019 in News | Comments Off on Update: Powder Canyon Habitat Restoration

The 75-acres of habitat restoration in Powder Canyon are doing very well! See below for an update. ...

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Rattlesnake Season

Posted by on Apr 17, 2019 in News | Comments Off on Rattlesnake Season

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Join Us for Earth Day!

Posted by on Apr 15, 2019 in News | Comments Off on Join Us for Earth Day!

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New Board of Directors Chair

Posted by on Mar 11, 2019 in News | Comments Off on New Board of Directors Chair

New head of the board that protects the Puente Hills Habitat has some big shoes to fill By Mike Sprague | msprague@scng.com | Whittier Daily News PUBLISHED: March 10, 2019 at 7:24 am | UPDATED: March 11, 2019 at 9:09 am Whittier Daily News Since the 1990s, Hacienda Heights resident Mike Hughes has fought to close the Puente Hills Landfill, served as president of the Hacienda Heights Improvement Association for eight years and now he is taking on a role with some big shoes to fill. Hughes is the new chairman of the Puente Hills Habitat Authority, a joint-powers agency that manages 3,870 acres of public open space. But he’s succeeding former Whittier Councilman Bob...

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