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The frame is different, but Jerry Brown is using climate change to pursue the same goals he laid out in the 1970s.
A study from UC Berkeley Terner Center for Housing Innovation found that bureaucratic impediments constitute the main reason San Francisco is the world’s second-most expensive city in which to build a home >> read more
Ventura County invites applications for a Planner III >>read more
One downtown L.A. developer is having trouble finding tenants for his new project. Is this proof that the market needs to work -- or that it can't work no matter what? >>read more
Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke indicated that the agency will allow mining on 1.3 million acres of formerly protected California desert >>read more
The California Department of Housing and Community Development released a list of cities and counties that are subject to streamlined housing development through Senate Bill 35. >>read more
In the latest urban decay case, an appellate court reinforces an earlier ruling to say that substantial evidence must involved more than merely an expert's "conjecture" >>read more
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Click title to access download: CP&DR Vol. 33 No. 1 January 2018
Appellate court overrules lower court in Gold Line Extension case. >>read more
MTC’s Bay Area Toll Authority (BATA) approved a resolution to place a $4.45 billion package of transportation projects known as Regional Measure 3 (RM3) on the June 5 ballot >>read more