David managed the environmental mitigation projects required by the California Coastal Commission for Southern California Edison’s San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station. These projects included restoration of 150 acres of degraded wetlands at San Dieguito Lagoon near Del Mar, construction of a 150-acre artificial kelp reef offshore from San Clemente, and funding for the Hubbs-Sea World fish hatchery in Carlsbad. David manages a group of over sixty environmental specialists, project managers and engineers responsible for environmental siting, licensing and construction compliance of all Edison generation and transmission projects. David is a native of the Los Angeles area, where he has lived continuously since 1956.
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