Judge Rules Against Destructive Harmony Development in Southern California

In an important victory against sprawl, a judge has ruled against a large proposed development in Southern California. Real Parties in Interest are County of Orange, OC Flood Control District and OC Board of Supervisors. The ruling comes in a lawsuit filed by public interest groups over the Harmony project, which proposed constructing 3,600 houses in habitat for endangered species, rare wetlands and crucial wildlife connectivity corridors while bringing more air pollution and traffic to the community.