California Planning and Development Report

As lawmakers in California wrangle over the state's budget, redevelopment agencies appear to be days away from being killed.
Mar 22, 2011   California Planning and Development Report
California Governor Davis' Transportation Congestion Relief Program appears to be self-destructing, along with the entire system of funding state transportation projects.
Aug 7, 2003   California Planning and Development Report
In only a few years, Indian tribes in California have developed Vegas-style casinos across much of the state.
Jul 9, 2003   California Planning and Development Report
William Fulton explains how a citizen anti-tax initiative passed 25 years ago has turned out to be a major force in shaping the urban and suburban landscape we see throughout the country today.
Jun 2, 2003   California Planning and Development Report
Proponents of property rights and other conservatives are attacking smart growth as a theory dreamed up by out-of-touch urban planners.
Apr 16, 2003   California Planning and Development Report
Tejon Ranch owns what might be the largest contiguous stretch of land controlled by one property owner in California.
Apr 10, 2003   California Planning and Development Report
California is negotiating to provide local governments more control over Indian casino development.
Apr 2, 2003   California Planning and Development Report
For years we’ve debated how big our local governments ought to be — without factoring in economic development.
Mar 19, 2003   California Planning and Development Report
Despite California's sluggish economy and high housing prices, impact fees continue to rise -- and it could lead to a voter revolt.
Mar 5, 2003   California Planning and Development Report
The California Supreme Court has sided squarely with planners in a ruling on the status of parcel maps recorded prior to the first state subdivision law.
Feb 7, 2003   California Planning and Development Report
A voter-approved height limitation initiative does not apply to redeveloped land that was part of a military base, the Fourth District Court of Appeal has ruled.
Feb 5, 2003   California Planning and Development Report