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$250 Million in Planning Grants Would Be Tied To Higher Short-Term Production Goals.
City of Merced finds itself increasingly caught between two worlds: that of the traditional agricultural economy of the Central Valley, the knowledge-based economy of higher education
Seeking to crack down on cockfighting, Monterey County requires a permit to keep more than four.
Bay Area's CASA Compact appears to be driving agenda in Sacramento.
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Will oppportunity zones help underserved neighborhoods -- or accelerate gentrification?
Small communities are fighting the stores, but usually they are allowed by local zoning.
Newly appointed Executive Director of the Governor's Office of Planning and Research Kate Gordon spoke with CP&DR’s Josh Stephens about her transition into the public sector as California’s de facto chief planner.
City bans auto-oriented uses such as fast-food and auto repair establishments.
Exemptions and ministerial processes are changing CEQA practice, end-running the law.
Impact on local government could be huge.
Major reforms of RHNA process and housing element enforcement are proposed.
Legal Briefs for January 13, 2019
St. Helena neighbors fail to stop project.
In unpublished ruling, appellate court green-lights use of LOS F for infill project in Sacramento.
Brown should also be remembered as a land-use governor par excellence who was willing to take political heat for projects that may not pay off for the public for years or even decades, writes Morris Newman
Cal Supremes require stronger connection between air quality and health in Friant Ranch EIR.
Judge keeps ordering Encinitas to prepare new housing element, but voters keep shooting it down.