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Will this time be the charm for one of California's most eternally troubled central business districts?
Growth boundaries win, Chargers lose, activists in Santa Monica lose, rent control splits.
Chris McKenzie recently announced his retirement as executive director of the League of California Cities. He spoke with CP&DR about his 17-year tenure. >>read more
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There are two Californias: The dense one and the sprawling one. Can they get along?
Applications reclassified from "apartments" to "retirement community" for GHG reduction analysis.
"Increased demand" from new development meets legal requirement.
More than 50 ballot measures around state deal with growth, transportation, parks.
3d district sounds weary in rejecting housing advocates' arguments.
Almost $100 goes to Bay Area, $76 million to SCAG
Administration's menu of policy options for housing development contains many familiar ideas.
New cases on monks printing books in the woods and nude dancing in San Diego.
The state is prevented from doing so by Prop. 22 -- but judges are not.
Neighborhood character in Venice was a legitimate coastal issue, appellate court rules.
CP&DR's rundown of land use legislation passed by the legislature and signed by Gov. Brown in the 2016 session: "granny flats," density bonuses, and climate change regulations prevail.
West Hollywood case builds on last year's ruling from San Jose.
His nonprofit client was suspended when he started legal action against the city.
San Mateo College case resolves conflict between appellate districts but plaintiffs still hope to win on remand.
When do wireless facilities "incommode the public use"?
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