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State Law Prevails Over Slow-Growth Vote in Encinitas

Judge keeps ordering Encinitas to prepare new housing element, but voters keep shooting it down.

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You Can't Sue Over Policies They Haven't Violated Yet

Plumas enviros may be suspicious of the county's general plan policies, but that's not enough to win.

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School Fee Study Flunks The Test

Campbell developer gets $499,000 refund.

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Lay Comments on Aesthetics Trigger EIR

In another Dollar General case, appellate court also says historic review is not a substitute for CEQA.

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CP&DR's Top Stories of 2018

Senate Bill 827 gets its own category in CP&DR's annual list of its most-read stories

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Tejon Ranch Approval Pushes Boundaries of Sprawl

After two decades of negotiation, the new master-planned town of Centennial has been cleared for 12,323 acres of the 270,000-acre Tejon Ranch

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How Do All These Policies Reduce Driving?

Thanks to SB 375, we have all kinds of transportation and land use policies designed to reduce driving. It's time to start figuring out whether they work.

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New General Plan Seeks to Banish Stockton's Demons

Formerly bankrupt city hopes downtown will lead the way back.

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How Do We Reconcile Density and Fire Risk?

Paradise turns all of our ideas about wildfire management upside down.

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Beating the Amazon Con

Amazon isn't worth the price for any city, no matter what.

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Local Rent Control, Stricter Development Requirements Pass On Local Ballots

It's no surprise: Voters want more control at the local level.

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The Social Importance of Public Spaces

In his new book, Eric Klinenberg can't quite decide whether social infrastructure is physical and tangible or whether it's something squishier.

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What's Behind the L.A. Times Housing Numbers?

Region and party make a big difference in why people think California is in crisis on the housing issue.

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Q&A: Ten Years In, SB 375's Impacts Remain Promising but Still Speculative

“California’s SB 375 and the Pursuit of Sustainable and Affordable Development” zeroes in on SB 375’s influence on housing policy and housing production in the state’s four major urban regions.

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California APA Announces 2018 Planning Awards

The California Chapter of the American Planing Association gave out its annual awards at the APA California conference.

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When Does Guidance Become A Threshold?

The Fourth District rules that San Diego County created a significance threshold for GHG emissions -- even though the threshold was supposedly a recommended method never adopted by the county.

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November 2018 Land Use Ballot Measures

Five statewide measures and dozens of local measures -- concerning housing production, rent control, local policies, and more -- are on the Nov. 6 ballot

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