Former Sacramento Mayor Heather Fargo, and Susan Herre of the Environmental Council of Sacramento, take issue with a recent SacBee article and reject plans for unbridled development in Natomas.(May 9, 2022) → Read the full The Natomas Buzz report
Chris Franklin, Wilton Rancheria’s executive director of economic development, and chief administrator Dahlton Brown, spoke at the Elk Grove Chamber of Commerce’s April 29 luncheon.(May 6, 2022) → Read the full Elk Grove Citizen report
SB 35 is one of California’s most important affordable housing laws. Here’s what it does, and a look at how well it’s working.
Two controversial bills finally pass, opening up at least the possibility that single-family lots could be used to provide more housing options.
What’s a LAFCO? That’s the odd-sounding acronym for the independent boards that get a grip on suburban sprawl and government inefficiency.
A State Senate bill would allow quick rezoning for multi-family housing, as a new research study reveals the high cost of single-family zoning laws.
The future of 1,100 miles of spectacular coastline is in the hands of the California Coastal Commission, which is beloved by coastal environmentalists, notorious among those who favor development, and little-known in the inland parts of the state.