Through December 31st, LandWatch is participating in the Monterey County Weekly GIVES! Campaign. For every donation LandWatch gets through the Campaign, we receive a pro rata portion of matching funds in addition to meeting our $50,000 challenge grant!
LandWatch urges the City Council to vote against certification of the FEIR for multiple reasons and urges the Council to protect farmlands, reduce housing costs, reduce traffic congestion, and revitalize urban areas. (12.04.17)
The Fort Ord Reuse Authority scheduled two community workshops on the ill-fated (and deservedly so) Eastside Parkway. There are two: 1:00 pm and 6:00 pm at the Carpenters Union Hall on the former Fort Ord, 910 Second Avenue, Marina, CA 93933. (12.01.17)
New CEQA rules released yesterday support infill, discourage sprawl by changing traffic metric. Traffic has historically been measured by a “Level of Service” indicator and now will be replaced with Vehicle Miles Travelled. (11.28.17)
Participating in the development of the new Seaside General Plan to ensure better policies.
Participates in the transportation improvements along Highway 68 that reduce congestion and accidents.
Tracking affordable units built in each city to understand the supply and demand.
Litigating this sprawling development along Highway 68.
Litigating this poorly planned development along Highway 68.
Litigating the 2010 General Plan and assuring the County meets the settlement terms.