The Edge of U2 handed permission to make 5 homes in Malibu

The Edge, the U2 guitarist, has been given permission by California Coastal Commission to make 5 homes on the coast of Malibu. After a yearlong problem regarding the whole plans, the commission declared on their site that it is allowing the Irish music artist, whose actual name is David Evans, to go ahead with making the homes and an access road on the Sweetwater Mesa in Santa Monica mountains. This news was first reported by Los Angeles Times.
The deal involves a compromise, as the area of development will be smaller than Evans initially wanted, and he will have to make other concessions based on ecological preservation. Evans had attempted to get permits for homes back in the year 2006, along with the housing development programs getting rejected in the year 2011. Initially, the commission expressed concerns which the construction of 5 houses would disturb the whole environment and mar an unexploited part of the coastline.
The band has been hitting headlines, very recently, for having unveiled its newest album named Songs of Innocence on iTunes for free. It is safe to tell that not just all has appreciated the gift.
Meanwhile, Apple offered iTunes something absolutely for free. Well, it was a U2 album. The users of iTunes woke up earlier this week to search for a unmemorable U2 album in their music libraries. All the Apple devices, depending on your iCloud settings, might be full of sounds from Songs of Innocence, the new album of U2.

The Edge, the U2 guitarist, has been given permission by California Coastal Commission to make 5 homes on the coast of Malibu. After a yearlong problem regarding the whole plans, the commission declared on their site that it is allowing the Irish music artist, whose actual name is David Evans, to go ahead with making the homes and an access road on the Sweetwater Mesa in Santa Monica mountains. This news was first reported by Los Angeles Times.

The deal involves a compromise, as the area of development will be smaller than Evans initially wanted, and he will have to make other concessions based on ecological preservation. Evans had attempted to get permits for homes back in the year 2006, along with the housing development programs getting rejected in the year 2011. Initially, the commission expressed concerns which the construction of 5 houses would disturb the whole environment and mar an unexploited part of the coastline.

The band has been hitting headlines, very recently, for having unveiled its newest album named Songs of Innocence on iTunes for free. It is safe to tell that not just all has appreciated the gift.

Meanwhile, Apple offered iTunes something absolutely for free. Well, it was a U2 album. The users of iTunes woke up earlier this week to search for a unmemorable U2 album in their music libraries. All the Apple devices, depending on your iCloud settings, might be full of sounds from Songs of Innocence, the new album of U2.

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