A new UCLA study concludes that California's system of local housing quotas has a "fundamental flaw" that needs correction, columnist Dan Walters says.
Two new bills in Sacramento will allow the endless expansion of urban blight, columnist Tom Elias says.
Two bills before the Legislature could transform California's cities beyond recognition, and not for the better, columnist Tom Elias says.
American Canyon says Oat Hill housing wouldn't impinge on the Napa County Airport.
The proposed 12-home Western Meadows Subdivision is on hold after the city planning commission asked for more technical details.
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Napa's efforts to adopt a blueprint for the next 20 years must overcome shelter-in-home orders.
Letters: Her insight and understanding of our needs as a county are unparalleled.
A San Francisco legislator continues to try to make all of California look like his dense urban district, columnist Tom Elias says.
The federal endangered species act protection is often used as a proxy for protecting the environment, something the act are not intended to do. Here’s why we need a better tool.
A longtime design and development executive is the newest addition to the city of Napa’s land-use authority.
Whether a new housing development is public, subsidized or market-rate, existing homeowners tend to oppose it, for a variety reasons that range from the innocuous to the unsavory.
The proposed housing bill offers the same basic solution for everyplace in this vast state of 58 counties and 482 cities, many of which are quite unique. Will the same tactics create significant amounts of new housing in Corona and Chico, Torrance and Trinity County?
Through strategic land management, planning, and conservation practices, we can use our natural and working forests, parks, ranch land and farms to store carbon, and help cut greenhouse gas emissions while preparing for hotter, drier conditions.
What once was a simple bend in the Napa River has become the city’s newest visitor magnet, home of a food and wine center, a culinary market, …
I can speak for the past, the present and the future. Yet I will let my generation speak here.
The death of far-reaching—even revolutionary—legislation to facilitate housing development crystallized a conflict that’s been simmering in California for decades: Who controls land use?