SB 511          Lieu D             Coastal resources: California Coastal Act of 1976: oceanfront land.

Current law requires that oceanfront land suitable for recreational use be protected for recreational use and development unless present and foreseeable future demand for public or commercial recreational activities that could be accommodated on the property is already adequately provided for in the area. This bill would revise that provision to refer to the immediate area.

SB 673          DeSaulnier D   Land use: development project review.

Would require a city, county, or city and county, including a charter city or charter city and county, prior to approving or disapproving a proposed development project that would permit the construction of a retail or other commercial facility project, as specified, to cause a cost benefit analysis to be prepared, as specified, which would be paid for by the project applicant. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

SB 64            Corbett D        Proposition 39: implementation.

Would state the intent of the Legislature to install clean energy at public schools, universities, and colleges, and at other public buildings and facilities consistent with the California Clean Energy Jobs Act.

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