CEQA Reform Should Separate Legit Complaints from Project Haters
The California Environmental Quality Act has fallen out of step with the evolution of the state’s land use planning and environmental policy. One big problem: the people using it as a last-ditch effort to stop projects they oppose.
Jim Whalen | 8 hours ago |
Mission Valley Keeps Getting More Roads – and More Traffic
Matthew Hose | December 15, 2014 |
The Great Uncertainty Facing California Businesses
Lisa Halverstadt | December 16, 2014 |
‘We’re Being Punished for Not Selling Alcohol’
Chuck Patton's Bird Rock Coffee Roasters will soon open a third location and has become a recognized name in micro-roasting. But Patton said that's no thanks to a city that rolls out the red carpet for craft beer brewers and few others.
Catherine Green | December 15, 2014 |
Here’s How to Fix Your Transit Plan, SANDAG
Stuart Cohen | December 15, 2014 |
Sacramento Report: Where New Bill Ideas Come From
Brian Joseph | 12 hours ago |
Police Watchdog: ‘There’s a Lack of Transparency’
Catherine Green | 13 hours ago |
Morning Report: The Crisis at Castle Park
Seth Hall | 16 hours ago |
Don’t Hold Your Breath on CEQA Reform
On the one side, you've got environmentalists opposed to any changes in the California Environmental Quality Act that would gut the law. On the other side, you've got infighting among all the interest groups pushing for reform.
Brian Joseph | December 18, 2014 |
Students Are Bailing on Castle Park High
Students are fleeing the South Bay school in droves. Experts say the school-choice program that kick-started the exodus helps disenfranchised communities, but it also provokes a chicken-egg dilemma: How can suffering schools improve if students keep jumping ship?