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eWeekly Alert & News Archives: February 4th, 2011

PRESIDENT’S BETTER BUILDINGS INITIATIVE

Published on February 4, 2011

In his State of the Union, President Obama laid out his vision for investing in innovative clean energy technologies and doubling the share of electricity from clean energy sources by 2035. Alongside that effort, the President is proposing new efforts  | Read More » |

RUMOR OF A STATEWIDE “BIG BOX ORDINANCE”

Published on February 4, 2011

We hear rumors floating in the hallways of the Capitol that a San Diego area Democrat is planning on introducing a statewide Big Box Ordinance mirroring one that was recently repealed in the City of San Diego. Such measures to dictate land-use planning  | Read More » |

JUDGE RULES STATE DID NOT FOLLOW CEQA ON AB 32 SCOPING PLAN

Published on February 4, 2011

A California judge has tentatively ruled that the California Air Resources Board did not adequately consider alternatives to creating a cap-and-trade plan when adopting the AB 32 Global Warming Solutions act of 2006, “Scoping Plan.” If the ruling  | Read More » |

CBPA JOINS FIGHT TO SAVE ENTERPRISE ZONES

Published on February 4, 2011

Additionally, we have also joined the fight to protect Enterprise Zones from elimination. With California’s unemployment rate at 12.5% — second highest in the country – now is the worst possible time to get rid of Enterprise Zones, proven to  | Read More » |

RDA HEARING DRAWS HUNDREDS TO THE CAPITOL

Published on February 4, 2011

Yesterday, more than 100 people crowded a State Capitol hearing room to tell members of the Senate Budget and Fiscal Review Subcommittee #4 that local redevelopment should not be eliminated, and in fact, “is the best way to create jobs.” The Redevelopment  | Read More » |

CBPA JOINS REDEVELOPMENT COALITON

Published on February 4, 2011

CBPA has joined a coalition of more than 60 local governments, elected officials, business groups and labor groups, environmental leaders, and affordable housing advocates working together to stop the proposal to eliminate Redevelopment Agencies in California.  | Read More » |