East Village is in the midst of an unprecedented building boom. People of the neighborhood are filled with hopes, and concerns, about how the neighborhood will look once the cranes come down.
By banning project labor agreements for city projects with 2012’s Prop. A , we set the stage to lose out on hundreds of millions in state funding. Now what?
A former Sanders official said a big solar company wouldn’t have come to San Diego if the affordable housing fee increase that just passed had been in place. But a company spokeswoman says it would have come regardless.
Basically, the new fee doesn’t come close to paying for the effect on housing it says is created by new commercial buildings, and doesn’t pretend to.
Lawyers for a group opposing a proposal to raise the city’s so-called linkage fee say recent court cases have rendered such fees illegal.
After years as a political loser, a proposal to increase development fees to boost affordable housing is back, and it might actually have the support to pass.
The state treasurer and L.A. County treasurer call for reform of a broken system. San Diego County’s treasurer-tax collector isn’t so sure.
Lease-leaseback delivery is not a perfect system, but it does add much-needed flexibility for public school construction.
The taxpayers in Poway and many other school districts in California can give you billions of reasons why the justifications asserted by the lease-leaseback cartel are egregiously wrong.
Somali refugees think about heading home, exploring the tragic fall of Mayor ‘Mo,’ and both humans and dolphins make the news.