The Trust for Public Land transferred 185 acres of former golf course land to the Monterey Peninsula Recreational Park District. There is a significant water savings on the Carmel River since water won’t be needed for the golf course. (04.19.18)
Research by Squid reveals CSU Monterey Bay housing was included and counted in the FORA assessment of build affordable units. Interestingly, the projects included are not affordable, not available to the public, and not related to FORA. This means FORA’s percentage of affordable units is only 39%. (04.12.18)
After demolishing buildings from the World War II era—at a cost around $4 million—a developer in Marina is suing the Fort Ord Reuse Authority for not paying these costs. The land was being cleared for big box stores and new housing. (04.12.18)
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.