The End of Ehrlich

by William Fulton on Apr 13, 2024

U.S. Supreme Court rules unanimously that California's unique exactions rule is unconstitutional. But will it really require California cities and counties to scale back on exactions?

Berkeley Considers Massive Upzoning

Berkeley, Housing , Zoning

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CP&DR News Briefs April 16, 2024: Affordable Housing Production; Homelessness Spending; California YIMBY Setback; and More

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Lower Impact Fees -- Or Just More Nexus Studies?

El Dorado County, Exactions, Mitigation Fee Act, Sheetz, Supreme Court

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CP&DR News Briefs April 9, 2024: Housing Element De-Certification; OPR Planning Survey; Church Sues S.D.; and More

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California: Where Prosperity Means Decline

California, Housing, Population

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Constitutionality of SB 10 Upheld

Ballot Measures, Housing, Redondo Beach, SB 10

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Guardrails on Builder's Remedy?

Builder's Remedy, Housing, Portola Valley

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CP&DR News Briefs April 2, 2024: AIDS Healthcare; S.F. Supervisors; Insurance Exodus; and More

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Who Has Control Over Property? And Does CEQA Apply?

CEQA, Mendocino County, Ukiah

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Huntington Beach Barred From Denying Or Reducing Density On Housing Projects

ADU, Builder's Remedy, Builder's Remedy, Housing, Huntington Beach, SB 9

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Position Available, City of San Carlos, CA

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