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    Posted: March 6, 2013 | Posted by Crystal Whitfield | No Comments
    AB 1092 (Levine D)   Electric charge stations: new construction projects.    
       
      Summary: Current law allows a local authority and a person in lawful possession of an offstreet parking facility to designate spaces for charging an electric vehicle. This bill would require a new construction project with 4 or more offstreet parking spaces to include one electric vehicle charge station per every 4 offstreet parking spaces included in the project. By imposing new duties upon local entities in the approval of construction projects, this bill would impose a state-mandated local program. This bill contains other related provisions and other current laws.

     

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    AB 22 (Blumenfield D)   Sidewalks: repairs.    
       
      Summary: Would prohibit a city, county, or city and county that has an ordinance in operation that requires the city, county, or city and county to repair or reconstruct streets, sidewalks, or driveways that have been damaged as a result of tree growth from repealing the ordinance without the concurrence of the local electorate by majority vote. The bill would also declare that this is a matter of statewide concern.

     

    AB 61 (Gatto D)   Parking: parking meters.    
       
      Summary: Would prohibit a local authority from enacting an ordinance or resolution prohibiting or restricting the parking of a vehicle in a parking space that is regulated by an inoperable parking meter or inoperable parking payment center, as defined, until January 1, 2017.

     

    AB 898 (Ting D)   Zero-emission vehicles: infrastructure.    
       
      Summary: Would state the intent of the Legislature to enact subsequent legislation that would reduce motor vehicle emissions through the construction of infrastructure to charge zero-emission electric vehicles, with the goal of expanding the travel range of zero-emission electric vehicles by January 2015 pursuant to a specified executive order.

     

    AB 1328 (Linder R)   Vehicles: offstreet parking: electric vehicles.    
       
      Summary: Current law authorizes a local authority, by ordinance or resolution, and a person in lawful possession of an offstreet parking facility, to designate stalls or spaces in an offstreet parking facility owned or operated by that local authority or person for the exclusive purpose of charging and parking a vehicle that is connected for electric charging purposes. Current law also authorizes the removal of a vehicle from an offstreet parking facility if the vehicle is not connected for electric charging purposes. This bill would make a technical, nonsubstantive change in these provisions.

     



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