Follow us on Facebook and Twitter
Subscribe to our Free Weekly Enewsletter
Single Purchase Store
1986-2004 Reports Archive
Reversing itself on remand, the First District Court of Appeal has ruled in the Berkeley Hillside case that the proposed home of computer pioneer Mitch Kapor and his wife does not, in and of itself, represent an "unusual circumstances" under the CEQA Guidelines and therefore the City of Berkeley acted properly in applying a CEQA exemption to the project.
In so doing, the court did not need to move on to the second half of the analysis laid out earlier this year by the California Supreme Court in the appeal of the Berkeley Hillside case, Berkeley Hillside Preservation v. City of Berkeley (2015) 60 Cal.4th 1086, which was decided in May.
Or become a premium subscriber and get Full Access!
Director of Community Development, Rancho Palos Verdes
Planner IV, County of Santa Cruz
Senior Associate, Strategic Economics
Assistant Community Development Director, City of Mountain View
Positions Available: MINTIER HARNISH:ASSOCIATE ASSISTANT PLANNER PLANNER
Director of Land Use Services, San Bernardino County
- (place your job ad here!)