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Four Land Use Measures Appear on Local Ballots

After the intensity of the last few election cycle — nationally and locally -- if ever there was an off-year election, November 7 was it

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State's Economic Strategy Pinches Pennies, Ignores Dollars

Despite a budget deficit so large that it triggered the first gubernatorial recall in California history, the administration of Gov. Gray Davis has shown scant interest in stimulating the economy. But with the chaos in Sacramento - and the fact that elected officials have a smaller and smaller role to play in actually shaping the state's budget - it may be that no California governor can devise an effective economic development strategy.

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Get Those Annual Progress Reports Ready

New planning funding will depend on up-to-date general plan reports, HCD director says

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Legal Digest: Always Sue The Right Agency!

A property owner who claimed that the San Diego County Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan resulted in a taking of property sued the wrong agencies, the Fourth District Court of Appeal has ruled.

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Redondo Beach Expresses Mixed Feelings about Mixed-Use

Twenty-five years after adopting a mixed-use ordinance, the city puts a two-year moratorium on such projects.

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Legal Briefs: Oct 15, 2017

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Insight: The CEQA End-Run

Affordable Housing, Berkeley, CEQA, San Francisco, Santa Cruz
Forget comprehensive CEQA reform. In Sacramento and cities across California, the end-run is the thing.

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Land Use Legislation Roundup 2017

Given the number of housing bills that the legislature and governor focus on this session, it’s a wonder that they got anything else done. Nonetheless, they passed more than 50 laws related to land use this session.

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Legal Briefs Oct 15, 2017

Legal Briefs for Oct 15, 2017

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Nothing Unusual About Telegraph Hill

Appellate case upholds CEQA exemption for condo project.

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Four Takeaways From This Year's Housing Bills

What does all that legislative activity add up to?

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SMART Train Opens Up New Development Opportunities

North Bay commuter rail line may help developers more than commuters.

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Google Goes Urban

Tech giant plans huge campus near Diridon Station in Downtown San Jose.

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Prop. 13's Vote Requirement May Yet Survive Upland Ruling Intact

A California Supreme Court decision seemed to upend a major provision of Proposition 13 and its companion laws. Exuberant as it is, that analysis is misguided.

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Supreme Court Hoists Jarvis On Its Own Petard

Who pitted local governments against voters in the first place?

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Prop. 218 Doesn't Apply to Initiatives

Cal Supremes distinguish between "local government" and "voters".

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Burbank Plan to Seize Upon Air, Rail, Road Connections

Air, rail, and highway access inspires Burbank to plan dynamic mixed-use district.

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