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Affordable Housing, California Environmental Quality Act, Housing
Impediments remain -- but experts say neither engineering nor financing are the problems in reclaiming urban land.
The environmental review law often runs along a completely separate track from planning and policy processes -- thus causing a lot of confusion.
Areas that are expected to experience frequent flooding by 2030 are northern parts of Huntington Beach and the peninsula in Newport Beach, Balboa Island, the Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station, and the Port of Long Beach >>read more
The all-time championship of uncertainty, politicking, and contentiousness surrounding a Los Angeles sports team goes to none other than the Dodgers. >>read more
Justices overturn lower court but can't say what adequate GHG analysis would be in the future. >>read more
The Strategic Growth Council released its Annual Report to the legislature for the 2016-2017 Fiscal Year >>read more
In a blow to the Pacific Legal Foundation, the California Supreme Court rules that Encinitas landowners can't simultaneously sue and build. >>read more
Restricting chain stores via initiative isn't as easy as it looks. >>read more
The Legislative Analyst’s Office recently released a report, “How Will Aging Baby Boomers Affect Future Property Tax Revenues?” >>read more
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Click title to access download: CP&DR Vol. 32 No. 6 June 2017