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Lawsuit Aims to Block San Diego Parking Requirement Reform
"The City of San Diego has been sued over its plan to eliminate parking requirements for future development projects," reports Dorian Hargrove.
Creed 21, an advocacy group led by mayoral hopeful Cory Briggs, is suing the city in state court, claiming the city approved the ordinance "without conducting any of the necessary environmental reviews."
removes parking minimums for developers near bus and trolley stops.