land use

SUPERVISOR CANDIDATES ROBERTS, DANON TO DEBATE MONDAY NIGHT

September 24, 2012 (San Diego)--Who will replace Pam Slater Price, who is stepping down from the County Board of Supervisors? The new Supervisor could be a pivotal vote on major land use issues and much more.Tonight at 7 p.m., a debate will be held between Dave Roberts, a Democrat endorsed by Republican Slater-Price, and his opponent, Steve Danon.


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MEDIATION GROUP FORMED TO ADDRESS LAND USE AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROVERSIES

 
March 18, 2012 (San Diego) -- The National Conflict Resolution Center (NCRC) today announced the establishment of its Land Use and Environmental Mediation Group, specializing in resolving disputes among landowners, developers, environmentalists, community activists and government agencies around development issues and other environmental concerns.

 


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SAN DIEGO RIVER BEND PROJECT DRAFT EIR OPEN FOR PUBLIC COMMENT

Reprinted with permission of  GrokSurf's San Diego
March 3, 2012 -- San Diego) -- The City of San Diego has announced that the draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the San Diego RiverBend project (aka the proposed Shawnee/CG7600 Master Plan redevelopment project) is now available for public review and comment. The deadline for comments is Monday, April 29.

 


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