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Hemet's new downtown plan follows the city’s 2012 general plan, which calls for "mixed use higher intensity environments that offer opportunities for people to live, work and shop within a compact area.”
Appellate court overturns trial judge's ruling blocking Mission Beach structure.
Coronado bungalow was declared historic even though similar houses weren't, but appellate court says that's the city's decision.
The following is a selection of the largest master planed communities currently underway in California. See accompanying story, Post-Recession, Master Planned Communities Come Back to Life.
With the California economy booming, large-scale master planned communities are back -- but for now long?
If they can be implemented independently, it's not "piecemealing," Sixth District rules
His WOTUS executive order instructs federal agencies to ignore Kennedy's deciding vote on wetlands regulation.
Court overturns appellate court in controversial case about Banning Ranch in Newport Beach.
The Supreme Court nominee takes a narrow view of administrative agencies' power -- but is likely to apply that view in a nonpartisan way.
Transformative Climate Communities targets disadvantaged places -- L.A. will get one-quarter of the pot.
Santiago bill would backstop federal rule that Trump Administration is likely to dump.
There were more measures on local ballots in Los Angeles County than there were in the rest of the state combined.
Voters in the City of Los Angeles resoundingly rejected a ballot measure that would have radically reshaped the city’s approach to planning and influenced the city’s urban fabric for generations.
Measure would have turned voluntary practices into mandatory requirements.
Will anti-growth forces upend the Los Angeles growth status quo with Measure S?
Delisting petition under California endangered species law not limited to after-listing changes, Supreme Court rules.
End of signature Obama policy could put more pressure on California state environmental laws.
Planning Director: City of Mt. Shasta
Community Development Director: City of Oxnard
Planning Director: Town of Woodside
Community Development Director: City of Hermosa Beach
Community & Economic Development Director: City of San Bruno
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