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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.
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End of signature Obama policy could put more pressure on California state environmental laws.
Proposition 64 affirms that localities have significant discretion to decide whether and how to allow cannabis-related business activities, including cultivation, processing, and retail sales.
Manhattan Beach wants to be the opposite of its namesake.
City's CAP has received national praise. But community plans aren't following suit with more density.
There's momentum in Sacramento, but not for comprehensive reform.
Brown proposes major moves to increase housing production -- without more state money.
Apple Valley accepted gift to pay for election without agendizing item.
Affluent Curtis Park residents thought they were getting a mixed-use infill project.
City of Orange never incorporated old land use designation into new general plan -- and referendum killing housing project stands.
The California Chapter of the American Planning Association recently launched a program to help needy communities.
Meeting established thresholds under CEQA still not enough to satisfy appellate court.
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Senior Planner, Ventura County