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CEQA Exemptions For Homeless Shelters Highlight Legislative Year

But Newsom vetoes a fair number of bills as well.

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Coastal Commission Shot Down on Encinitas Condition

Coastal Commission, Encinitas, San Diego Convention Center, Venice. But agency wins most other points in three appellate cases.

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With Suits Settled, Santa Clara's "Satellite Downtown" Moves Forward

The Santa Clara project is to include 5.4 million square feet of office space, about 1,700 apartments, and 1 million square feet of shopping, dining and entertainment

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The Three Big Reforms On Housing Policy

Over the past three years, the state has focused on ministerial approval, ADUs, and beefing up the housing element progress. But will all these changes result in more housing construction?

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Appellate Court Rules In Favor Of Chico In Walmart Dispute

Justices say the issues in the case add up to a policy dispute, not a dispute over the environmental impact of urban decay.

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Santa Barbara Celebrates "Authenticity," Faces Housing Crunch

Santa Barbara's charms, and challenges, will be on full display this week at the conference of the American Planning Association's California chapter, says Community Development Director George Buell.

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Drug Recovery Residences Subject to Zoning

In Dana Point case, appellate court rules that three residences housing people involved in a drug treatment program are not exempt from the municipal code.

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90-Day Lawsuit Rule In PZDL Applies Broadly, Court Says

Challenge to implementation of Del Mar's Scenic View Ordinance fails because plaintiff served city too late in the process.

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Southern California Balks at Aggressive Housing Numbers; SANDAG Cities Fight over Allocation

HCD assigned SCAG a far more aggressive housing target than it had asked for: 1,344,770.

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Livermore Looks Toward Valley In Rethinking Transit-Oriented Plan

Death of BART extension has forced the East Bay city to rethink how it is going to grow -- and plan around Valley Link instead.

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Thunberg's Voyage May Be a Stunt, But She Has a Point for Planners

Maybe if we made our neighborhoods more walkable and livable, we wouldn't want to increase our carbon footprint by flying to Europe all the time.

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With BART Extension Imminent, San Jose Looks to Turn Suburb into Urban Village

Berryessa Station area just northeast of Downtown San Jose is currently home to a flea market, but single ownership makes master-planning possible.

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Project Description Must Be Specific, Court Rules

Yet another setback for Millenium Hollywood project arises from flexible development potential on project's site as approved by City of Los Angeles.

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Will Trump Weaken California Species Protection?

Calfornia's system of habitat conservation planning may be strong enough to withstand the federal government's attack on the Endangered Species Act.

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Zoning Not Automatically Subject To CEQA, Cal Supremes Say

But justices don't let San Diego completely off the hook on bypassing CEQA in adopting marijuana dispensary ordinance.

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Incoming Berkeley Design Dean Seeks to Unite East and West Coasts in Responsible Urbanism

Author, architect, and professor Vishaan Chakrabarty will influence a new generation of California planners as dean of UC Berkeley's College of Environmental Design.

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Housing Crisis Turns School Districts Into Developers

Especially in Bay Area, districts look at landholdings and see potential to provide housing for teachers.

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