California Cities Adopt Urban Growth Boundaries

California voters decided on two dozen land use ballot measures on November 4.
November 7, 2003, 5am PST | Chris Steins | @urbaninsight
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"Voters in two Solano County (CA) cities on the edge of the Bay Area approved urban growth boundaries during the November 4 election, providing two major victories for slow-growth advocates... Fairfield voters backed an urban limit line that blocks development around Travis Air Force Base and in a portion of Green Valley, north of the Interstate 80/680 junction. Meanwhile, nearly 70% voters in Benicia backed an urban growth boundary initiative that blocks development for 20 years in a hilly area northeast of town know as Sky Valley. Benicia voters also rejected a City Council-sponsored growth boundary alternative."

Thanks to Paul Shigley

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Published on Wednesday, November 5, 2003 in California Planning and Development Report
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