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California Supreme Court Strengthens Development Permit Protections

Municipalities will have greater protection against land-use litigation after the California Supreme Court’s unanimous ruling last month that property owners who proceed with permitted development projects will forfeit the...more

Property Owner to Maintain Public Beach Access Over Coastal Property - California Court of Appeal Weighs in on California Coastal...

Under the California Coastal Act, a beachfront property owner must maintain public access over his property — and will be required to seek a Coastal Development Permit if he wishes to limit such public access, a California...more

Property Owner Forfeited Right to Challenge Coastal Commission Permit by Constructing Seawall - California Supreme Court Decision...

A property owner who obtains a development permit will forfeit his right to challenge conditions imposed on that permit by proceeding with the development, the California Supreme said Thursday. ...more

Looking Forward: New California Laws for Public Agencies

Like years past, there were plenty of laws passed in Sacramento in 2016 that will impact public agencies. Here is a summary of those that have specific importance to your work. We hope that you will contact us for further...more

BB&K Advocacy Brief: Proposition 54 and Local Governments

The intent of Proposition 54 is to prevent legislation that mysteriously appears in the final hours of session by requiring bills to be published online for three days (72 hours) before a final vote. It passed with a...more

Are You Complying? New 2015 Laws Affecting Public Agencies

Community leaders need to be attentive to the new laws that will take effect in 2015 that deal with issues specifically relating to cities, special districts and other public agencies. These new laws cover everything from...more

New Law Requires Local Public Agencies in California To Notify Anyone Affected by a Security Breach

Cities, Counties, Special Districts and School Districts Must Now Notify Those Impacted by Security Breaches - Gov. Jerry Brown recently signed Assembly Bill 1149 (AB 1149) and Senate Bill 46 (SB 46) into law,...more

New Law Gives Local Agencies the Power to Reject Mobile Home Park Conversions

SB 510 Allows Cities and Counties to Reject Conversions When Opposed by Majority of Residents - Gov. Jerry Brown signed SB 510 into law, clarifying the Subdivision Map Act’s process for converting mobile home parks to...more

9/30/2013  /  Conversion , Mobile Homes
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