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For 20 years, Nicole Capretz has been advocating for environmental justice in the San Diego area, most recently as founder and executive director of the Climate Action Campaign. Capretz is now extending her reach beyond San Diego.
Exemption for historic landmarks could limit law's use in exactly the locations where housing should be built.
It's a policy document that accommodates growth rather than inducing it, appellate court says.
Appellate Court gives green light to complete half-built project after rejecting plaintiff's CEQA arguments.
Like a symphony that starts with the crescendo, this year’s legislative season opened with the introduction of Senator Scot Weiner’s Senate Bill 827
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Two important bills would make important methodology changes. And HCD is cracking down on enforcement.
But will investors do what cities need them to do?
Referendum that repeals zoning ordinance cannot be knocked off the ballot of a city has the ability to quickly reconcile the inconsistency.
Appellate court says negotiation with local government is an essential part of the process.
SPUR's Gabe Metcalf recently announced his departure for The Committee for Sydney
But can S.F.'s lessons be translated to other cities?
Objections to townhome project were not just opinion, appellate court rules -- thus opening the way for an environmental impact report.
In a blow to enviromentalists, appellate court says groundwater supply issues must be dealt with under state groundwater act, not well permits designed to deal with water quality.
Berkeley Hillside rule doesn't apply to nuke plant's lease extension.
How the Supreme Court nominee interprets the Endangered Species Act is likely to have a profound impact on land-use patterns in California.
Manuel Pastor reminds us of how much California has changed.
Air Resources Board lowers 2035 targets by a percentage point, or more, for many MPOs
A coalition of civil rights groups is suing the Air Resources Board, claiming its 2017 greenhouse gas reduction Scoping Plan will impede development of housing