The Stockton Record

Air pollution rules recently passed in California seek to change the way workers get to their jobs. While solo commuters won't be forced out of their cars, businesses must choose from a selection of strategies aimed to do just that.
Dec 30, 2009   The Stockton Record
<p>The City of Stockton, California votes to impose a temporary moratorium on the demolition of potentially historic buildings to allow staff time to create a permanent ordinance.</p>
May 25, 2008   The Stockton Record
<p>In response to the City of Stockton's attempts to block a lawsuit by citizens' group Save Old Stockton concerning demolition of several historic hotels, a California judge granted a temporary injunction to allow time for the lawsuit to proceed.</p>
Apr 8, 2008   The Stockton Record
<p>Farmland in Central California's San Joaquin County is replaced with development more than any other county in the state -- a wasteful pattern that could create the "next L.A.", according to a new report.</p>
Mar 11, 2008   The Stockton Record
<p>Preservationists have filed suit against the city of Stockton to prevent the demolition of historic hotels to build surface parking lots.</p>
Dec 3, 2007   The Stockton Record
<p>No treat for preservationists on this Halloween, as the City Council of Stockton, California approves demolition of historic hotels to build surface parking lots.</p>
Nov 3, 2007   The Stockton Record
Successful litigation by a Sierra Club chapter in California's Central Valley results in $17.5 million to purchase conservation easements in San Joaquin County, as well as the establishment of a farmland preservation fee in the City of Stockton.
Jan 23, 2006   The Stockton Record
The San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District in December, 2005 approved the Indirect Source Rule, making it the first Air District in the US to regulate land uses, much to the ire of the building industry. Will they take the Air District to court?
Jan 2, 2006   The Stockton Record
Environmental groups sue National Park Service over Merced River management plan.
Aug 16, 2000   The Stockton Record
The Sierra Club has joined the political political battle over growth in south San Joaquin County, and Tracy is ground zero.
Jul 31, 2000   The Stockton Record
Practical challenges face growth boundary advocates. Supporters should work together to identify common solutions.
Jul 29, 2000   The Stockton Record