For those planning to be in the Sacramento area next Thursday, May 17th, please join us for a lunch event on California’s land use policies, featuring a keynote address by State Senate President pro Tem Darrell Steinberg. Here are the details:
The Future of Infill: How CEQA Reform and the End of Redevelopment Will Affect Sustainable Development in California
What is the future of infill development in California in a time of limited public resources? Speakers will discuss proposals to reinvent redevelopment agencies to bolster infill and to create new methods of financing infill infrastructure. They will also focus on recent efforts to streamline the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) for infill projects and the implications for California’s cities and towns.
Thursday, May 17, 2012
11:45am to 1:30pm (Registration begins at 11:30am)
The Temple Ballroom, Capitol Plaza Ballrooms
1025 9th St, No. 201 (Third Floor) in Sacramento (see this map for the location; driving directions are here).
- The Honorable Darrell Steinberg, State Senate President pro Tempore
- Dan Carrigg, League of California Cities
- Chris Calfee, Governor’s Office of Planning and Research
Presented by the UC Berkeley and UCLA Schools of Law as part of the Climate Change and
Business Research Initiative. This Initiative develops policies that help business prosper in an era of climate change.
RSVP by Monday, May 14 via this link. Space is limited!