• Established in 1972 · CBPA has over four decades of service to the commercial industrial retail real estate industry

    Posted: April 19, 2013 | Posted by Crystal Whitfield | No Comments

    AB 667 (Hernandez; D – West Covina) creates another layer of bureaucracy for local governments by requiring certain retailers to obtain redundant economic impact and community impact reports before receiving approval. These reports go above and beyond the significant requirements already required by state law, which currently provides for extensive public input and local decision-making. This bill has the potential to create significant delays in the local planning and approval process, tying-up local government resources and delaying job creation and projects desired by communities.  We oppose this measure.  It is set for May 1 in the Assembly Local Government Committee.

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