SB 375 - California's New Planning Paradigm? Will it Work?


Senate Bill (“SB”) 375 (Steinberg) may turn out to be the most significant land use legislation in California since general plan and zoning consistency was mandated in the late 1960’s. “May turn out” because there are many obstacles to the effective implementation of this legislation and because the bill was crafted through an uneasy compromise among the various constituencies, including government advocacy organizations like the League of California Cities and the California State Association of Counties, builder groups, environmental organizations, and affordable housing advocates.

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