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The New Fissure In The California Housing Debate

AB 2097 was celebrated as a pro-housing victory. But debate over the bill highlighted the growing gap between those who believe the market can solve the housing problem and those who don't.

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Legal Briefs: RHNA Challenge, SB 330 Lawsuit

Legal Briefs: RHNA Challenge, SB 330 Lawsuit

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Make Sure Your Fees Have Solid Evidence Behind Them

Pismo Beach tried to charge a self-storage facility $1.1 million in water fees. The company wanted to pay $62,000. Guess who won in court?

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Fanita Ranch Project Approved Yet Again

The Santee City Council rescinded the project's approvals, took a referendum off the ballot, and reapproved the project under an urgency ordinance not subject to referendum.

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Don't Ever Forget About Your Local LAFCO

A tiny CSD in the Delta tried to put a measure on the ballot to dissolve itself. But the CSD didn't go through the LAFCO process and got its hand slapped by an appellate court.

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Why It Was A Banner Year For Housing Legislation

Nobody expected 2022 to be a big year for housing production laws in Sacramento. But everybody was wrong.

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A's Stadium Wins A Round In CEQA Lawsuit

But new legal case challenges clearance from BCDC

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Are Housing Production Law Increasing Housing Production? Maybe

Residential building permits statewide are up 15% from last year and 35% from 2019.

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Partial Win For Counties In Oroville Dam Case

Federal agency pre-empts actual licensing of hydroelectric system, but CEQA still applies to some state actions.

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Here Comes $600 Million For REAP 2.0

The state's MPOs will be sitting large amounts of cash to implement sustainable communities strategies -- a boon to local governments and planning consultants alike.

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Can Eliminating Ag Mitigation Create New Impacts?

Visalia put an ag mitigation program in its general plan -- then abandoned it. Does the city have to study the impact of that policy choice? A judge in Tulare County says yes.

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What Does HCD's Review Of SF Mean For Other Cities?

The unprecedented step may suggest a new approach by the state to push local governments to approve housing more quickly.

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Malibu District Loses Proposition 218 Case

Property owners can't be require to pay full cost of Broad Beach improvements, court rules.

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General Plan Trumps Zoning In SB 330 Case

If upheld on appeal, L.A. judge's ruling could completely upend the way cities interpret the consistence between general plans and zoning.

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UC Wins Latest Skirmish With Berkeley Neighbors

Judge finds "nothing new" in People's Park CEQA case, which is a companion to the enrollment case.

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Anaheim Renovates The Road To Summer

Beach Boulevard is getting a makeover for the 21st Century.

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Granite Bay Self-Storage Opponents Get Second Bite At The Apple

Mootness ruling in CEQA case doesn't prevent challenge to business license.

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CP&DR at California APA Conference October 1-4

CP&DR supports APA conference in Anaheim (and online), Oct. 1-4, with panel discussion, booth, special offers. >>read more

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