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California Environmental Quality Act) local procedures, introduced in October 2012 by District 8 Supervisor Scott Wiener, has caused an uproar among neighborhood groups and environmental organizations who watch San Francisco's planning and building
Academy of Art University , one of the largest landowners in San Francisco, has had "consistent and repeated violations" of city land-use rules, yet the city has repeatedly refused to fine the for-profit school, even after it missed two compliance
World Heritage City' status but rampant commercialisation is taking its toll on these living heritage structures of the city. A historical structure in Raja Mehta ni Pol, Kalupur, which is a grade B' heritage site, is tittering on brink of obscurity.
The 15 years since Hong Kong was handed back to China have seen significant increases in the number of Hong Kong residents taking up residence in Shenzhen. They may be eager youth, looking for a stronger career path; they may also be elderly folks,
Problems in the Town Planning department appear to show a lack of foresight. There are photos in the press today of the filing system at the Town Planning department in Marbella Town Hall. Shelves of files have collapsed as a bad fixing to the wall
Font Resize Lafayette leaders have decided to extend a moratorium banning new cellphone towers in their city while they craft an ordinance to regulate them. The City Council agreed Feb. 27 to stretch the 45-day restriction on the construction of new
On the surface, a disagreement between the San Leandro planning department and the city's planning commission appears to be about whether comedy shows or ice rinks should share the city's industrial area with high-wage manufacturing and heavy
Jefferson County owes $330,000 in back salary to eight employees laid off last year, five of whom were laid off after a county commissioner intervened in the selection process, according to personnel board and county records. County Manager Tony
The Republic azcentral.com A billboard company has activated a digital sign along Loop 101 in northeast Phoenix in violation of city regulations. The sign, east of Cave Creek Road, lacks the required permit, a city official says.
Tuesday Jan 17, 2012 There have been more than enough examples of inappropriate demolition and development in Auckland over the past few years to severely undermine confidence in the council's planning processes. Now, toing and froing over a 130-year-