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  • LAND USE BILL WOULD IMPACT URBAN PROJECTS

    Posted: April 1, 2014 | Posted by Crystal Whitfield | No Comments

    We are also taking a very close look at AB 1961 (Eggman) which imposes a new zoning mandate on counties, referred to as a “Sustainable Farmland Strategy,” that is unbalanced, lacks focus and invites significant for conflicts for commercial real estate with a complicated overlay on other well-established local and regional planning processes.   Those include city adopted general plans, regional planning efforts of Senate Bill 375, and existing LAFCO requirements to plan for orderly growth and avoid leapfrog development.

    When land use conflicts arise they inevitably lead to disputes and disputes trigger time delays, increased costs and the imposition of significant new hurdles that heighten the potential for litigation for positive, economically necessary, job generating infrastructure and development activities California so critically needs.



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