Redevelopment Troubles Weigh Down Land-Use Law’s Implementation

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With the possibility of California redevelopment agencies being scuttled and their funding returned to the state’s General Fund, the Daily Journal reported on April 27, 2011, that it will be harder for local communities to comply with SB 375. That legislation advocates integrated land-use, housing and transportation to cut down on auto use and greenhouse gas emissions.

“Without redevelopment and the pots of money for infill, local governments are going to be in more of a bind to find a way to meet the goals of SB 375,” said Michael Zischke, a land use partner with Cox Castle & Nicholson in San Francisco.

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