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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.
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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"?
Papers on "Vibrant Communities" & VMT reduction hint at state policy direction.
Burden to hit 2030 target will fall especially hard on MPOs if cap-and-trade program goes away. >>read more
The proposed Village at Squaw Valley would transform the mountain’s currently threadbare base area into a multi-use destination. >>read more
A proposed development in Newport Beach that has become a crucible for the California Coastal Commission was overwhelmingly rejected, 9-1. >>read more
Appellate court distinguishes between "source" thresholds and "receptor" thresholds. >> read more
Delays in city approval triggered legal fight between landowner and developer. >> read more
But housing remains a big issue in remaining bills headed to Gov. Brown'd esk. >>read more
A Q&A with Nelson/Nygaard's Jeff Tumlin, who is serving as the city's interim transportation director.
When the City Council says so, according to a new appellate court rulilng.
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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