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New Census figures show that net out-migration isn't bad statewide -- but it's terrible in Los Angeles.
Appellate court rejects idea that school fees calculations don't include interior hallways and other common space.
Apartment building gets fast-tracked as a result
Old Vallco Shopping Center in Cupertino may show the way on how to use the controversial new law.
More than 100 jurisdictions are thought to be crafting regulations for all aspects of the industry
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Will Scott Wiener figure out how to make common cause with liberals who don't trust the private development market?
Appellate court gives Covina a victory on infill development -- and deals another loss to Cory Briggs.
Action comes after brawl between city and anti-growth groups.
Despite proclamations by many that SB 827 was dead on arrival, for being too aggressive, a revision has just been released
Repealing a zoning ordinances doesn't create an inconsistency with the general plan because it "doesn't enact anything".
The frame is different, but Jerry Brown is using climate change to pursue the same goals he laid out in the 1970s.
Two Wiener followups to SB 35 lead the pack.
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"
Acknowledging that the massive project will eventually be construct, most environmental groups agree to strike a deal. But there's still one holdout.
Appellate court overrules lower court in Gold Line Extension case.
Attorney General can raise issues in court that aren't in an EIR's administrative record, appellate court rules.
Related California wasn't a party to a contract among Anaheim agencies to shuffle affordable housing money -- but the developer's third-party status doesn't matter.