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Inclusionary Housing Powers Reaffirmed By New Court Ruling

West Hollywood case builds on last year's ruling from San Jose.

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Briggs Loses San Diego Attorneys Fees Case

His nonprofit client was suspended when he started legal action against the city.

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Cal Supremes Give Lead Agencies Deference On "New" v. "Modified" Projects

San Mateo College case resolves conflict between appellate districts but plaintiffs still hope to win on remand.

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Legal Briefs: When Does A Wireless Company "Incommode the Public Use"?

When do wireless facilities "incommode the public use"?

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After Brown Signs New Law, State Floats GHG Reduction Ideas

Papers on "Vibrant Communities" & VMT reduction hint at state policy direction.

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Insight: New Climate Bills Likely to Put Pressures on SCSs

Burden to hit 2030 target will fall especially hard on MPOs if cap-and-trade program goes away. >>read more

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Placer County to Decide On Squaw Valley Resort Development

The proposed Village at Squaw Valley would transform the mountain’s currently threadbare base area into a multi-use destination. >>read more

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Coastal Commission Rejects Banning Ranch Proposal

A proposed development in Newport Beach that has become a crucible for the California Coastal Commission was overwhelmingly rejected, 9-1. >>read more

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Legal Briefs: CEQA-In-Reverse Affirmed on Remand

Appellate court distinguishes between "source" thresholds and "receptor" thresholds. >> read more

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Sepastopol Developer Wins $2.855 Million Judgment

Delays in city approval triggered legal fight between landowner and developer. >> read more

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Brown's Housing Bill Goes Down

But housing remains a big issue in remaining bills headed to Gov. Brown'd esk. >>read more

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Oakland Seeks Social Equity, Efficient Spending from New Department of Transportation

A Q&A with Nelson/Nygaard's Jeff Tumlin, who is serving as the city's interim transportation director.

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When Is An Historic Railroad Trestle Not Historic?

When the City Council says so, according to a new appellate court rulilng.

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Housing Bills Dominate 2016 Legislative Slate

Brown may not get his as-of-right bill passed. But lots of other housing bills are in the hopper. >>read more

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Forward Into The Past

A new crop of SoCal coastal slow-growth ballot measures is deja vu all over again. And current state policy isn't enough of a counterweight. >>read more

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Second-Generation SCS's Focus on Incremental Change

Governor's executive order might change the game if SANDAG loses pending California Supreme Court lawsuit. >>read more

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Court Shoots Down Urban Decay CEQA Argument

Business owner's comments don't constitute substantial evidence in Downtown Joshua Tree fight over Dollar General. >>read more

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