Housing, Bonds Top CA Lawmakers' Priority Lists

Despite the lack of money -- or maybe because there is no money -- lawmakers could still pass a number of policy bills related to planning.
February 28, 2002, 12pm PST | Chris Steins | @urbaninsight
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Consensus may be rare in Sacramento, but nearly everyone agrees on one thing this year: proposals that cost money are doomed... Despite the lack of money -- or maybe because there is no money -- lawmakers could still pass a number of policy bills related to planning. In fact, one of the 2001-02 session’s more important bills passed in late January and was signed by Gov. Davis in February. The measure, SB 107 (Sher), overhauls the natural communities conservation planning (NCCP) process in a compromise fashion that satisfies most builders and environmentalists."

Thanks to Paul Shigley

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Published on Wednesday, February 27, 2002 in California Planning and Development Report
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