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The following Land Use Reports have been presented on KUSP Radio by Gary A. Patton. Mr. Patton is “Of Counsel” to the Santa Cruz law firm of Wittwer & Parkin, LLP,  which specializes in land use and environmental law. The opinions expressed by Mr. Patton are not necessarily those of Wittwer & Parkin, KUSP Radio, nor of any of its sponsors. * See full disclosure statement.
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  Soquel State Demonstration Forest
  Charges And Counter Charges
  A Study Session This Afternoon
  Growth Management in San Benito County
  LAFCO, Monterey County
     
  The City of Santa Cruz General Plan EIR
  Sustainable Monterey County
  The Capitola General Plan Update
  The Monterey County Board And Water
  Tomorrow At The Santa Cruz County Board
     
  Around The County Next Week
  Take A Walk Tomorrow
  Whispering Oaks
  The Santa Cruz County Growth Goal
  California Environmental Quality Act and Sacramento
     
  A Workshop Scheduled On Regulatory Reform
  Watsonville Certified Farmers Market
  Corral de Tierra Shopping Center
  Neighborhood Improvements in Monterey
  Senate Bill 791: Show Me The Money!
     
  The Pedestrian Safety Work Group
  Getting The Numbers
  The Veto of SB 582
  Nonconforming Structures
  Commute Solutions
     
  Time Management And Our Government
  Five Simple Rules
  Rural Subdivisions In SLO County
  Solar Farms And Land Use Concerns
  Tonight At The City Water Commission
     
  Whispering Oaks Project Update
  Land Use And High-Speed Rail
  The Farmers’ Market And CEQA
  The Capitola General Plan On Wednesday
  La Bahia
     
  An Interesting Planning Item in Pismo Beach
  La Bahia
  Checking in with the Coastal Commission
  Alternative Redevelopment
  Negotiating with Railroads
     
  Secrecy And Public Participation
  Secrecy And The “Regional Water Project”
  The SCCRTC Is Meeting Tomorrow
  The County Gets $300,000+ From Soquel Creek
  What Is Happening In San Benito County?
     
  The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
  Last Ditch Effort to Save the Williamson Act
  Marijuana in Monterey
  Ocean Street Area Plan
  Redistricting State and Local
     
  Want to Go Public on LAFCO?
  Next Tuesday in Santa Cruz
  Capitola is Planning for the Future
  One Week Ago and Then in September
  Special Meeting in Marina
     
  Green Transportation And The True Cost Of Driving
  Tell Me Again: What Is An RTC?
  Corralitos Land Split
  Vacation Rentals At The Coastal Commission
  Day Tomorrow In Monterey County
     
  Coastal Commission Jurisdiction
  The League of Women Voters on Regional Planning
  The Pajaro Basin Management Plan
  The “Parker Report” on Whispering Oaks
  Our “Political” World
     
  A "Sustainability Bill Of Rights"
  Regulatory Reform In Santa Cruz County
  Economic Development Projects
  Caretaker Units/Accessory Units On The Coast
  Hot Topics In Monterey County
     
  Pinnacles National Monument
  Plans For Highway One
  They Cancelled That Meeting!
  The Future of 41st Avenue
  Approving A Park In Soquel
     
  Is Statewide Conservation Coming?
  America’s Great Outdoors Initiative
  Desal In Monterey County – Attend This Forum
  Items At The (Santa Cruz County) Board
  Whispering Oaks
     
  Access (In Stockholm)
  Take A Garden Tour This Sunday
  The Pajaro River Watershed Council
  Water Use Efficiency Australian Style
  Water Transfer Planning And A Garden Tour
     
Fri. June 3
  No Land Use episode today.
Thu. June 2
  No Land Use episode today.
  Counties Look At Budgets
  LAFCO
  CPUC and Natural Gas Pipeline Safety
     
  Meeting Your Local Public Reps
  Government on TV
  Habitat Conservation Plan
  2010 Census and the Process of Redistricting
  California's Environmental Quality Act
     
  A Hotel On Broadway
  Other Models / I’m Traveling
  Things We Have Done
  Size Matters
  A “Growing Agri-Tourism” Workshop
     
  MST on Fort Ord
  Realignment
  Sustaining our Water Future
  Heritage Ranch in San Luis Obispo county
  The Trees Among Us
     
  Environmental Mitigation Banks
  One Week From Today
  Fancy A Visit To Helm?
  What Is A GRR?
  Roosters And Land Divisions / City Water
     
  Want To Get A Law Degree?
  The El Rancho Road HCP
  Get Involved With The Capitola GPU
  Meet Your Supervisors In Salinas
  LAFCO Around The Bay
     
  The Desalination Debate
  More On Habitat Conservation Plans
  Habitat Conservation Plans
  Planning And Operations Are Different
  Report On Corral De Tierra
     
  Citizens For A Sustainable Marina / Earth Day
  Drive Through?
  Is Desalination Our Destiny?
  The Santa Cruz County Board Acts By Consent
  Highway 68 Development Decision Tomorrow
     
  An "America the Beautiful Act" in Our Future?
  White Paper One: The Capitola GPU
  LAFCO Meets in Santa Cruz
  The Santa Cruz City Council Today
  The Santa Cruz City Water Commission Tonight
     
  City of Santa Cruz Habitat Conservation Plan
  Streamlining Results
  A Desal Community Involvement Forum
  Revitalizing Marina’s Downtown Area
  CEQA Rollbacks: Be Alerted
     
  Get Ready For Next Tuesday In Salinas
  Save Our Peninsula
  OPR
  Streamlining
  A “Ceremonial Resolution”
     
  April 5th And April 12th
  Walkabouts
  The Land Trust Plan – A Buyer’s Market
  What’s Up Today In Santa Cruz County
  Many Hats!
     
  Capitola GPU Workshop #1
  Remember The Coast!
  State Lands And Underground Regulations
  Redevelopment Agencies Play Defense Ball
  Protecting Mobilehome Rent Control
     
  Burning Garbage In Gonzales?
  The Coastal Commission Pays Us A Visit
  Out And About Again
  Out And About
  Hot Topics This Evening
     
  Habitat Conservation Planning
  Fighting Traffic Congestion
  Transportation Planning and the Public
  Mobilehome Rent Control In Watsonville
  More Money for Desal?
     
  Water Predictions for Santa Cruz
  The Global Water Policy Project
  The Capitola General Plan Meeting #1
  Pros and Cons on Redevelopment
  Redevelopment in Santa Cruz County
     
  Desalination And The Alternatives
  The Salinas Housing Element
  The Boronda Community Plan
  The Monterey County Planning Commission
  Redevelopment Here And Around The State
     
  For Professional Planners
  How To "Reform" CEQA
  LAFCO Meets Today On Water Policy
  A Bit More On Water
  More On LAFCO Water Policy
     
  Santa Cruz County LAFCO Meeting Next Week
  Heads Up On Pebble Beach Development
  Redevelopment In Santa Cruz County
  Ethics And The Watsonville General Plan
  The EcoFarm Conference
     
  General Plan Guidelines – Complete Streets
  Redevelopment And The State
  Salinas Public Involvement
  The PVWMA Board Meets Tomorrow
  Fees And Due Process In Monterey County
     
  LAFCO Water Policies 2011
  The Capitola General Plan Update
  Attending By Teleconference
  Redevelopment In Watsonville
  Changing Of The Guard
     
  Affordable Housing Guidelines
  A Better Kind Of Permit System
  The Public And Permit Applicants
  More on "Minor Exceptions"
  Zoning Exceptions In Santa Cruz County
* The Wittwer & Parkin law firm is located in Santa Cruz, California, and practices environmental and governmental law. As part of its practice, the law firm files litigation and takes other action on behalf of its clients, which are typically private individuals, governmental agencies, or community groups. Whenever the Land Use Report comments on an issue with which the Wittwer & Parkin law firm is involved on behalf of a client, Mr. Patton will make this relationship clear, as part of his commentary. Mr. Patton’s comments do not represent the views of Wittwer & Parkin, LLP, KUSP Radio, nor of any of its sponsors.