Large Lot Vesting Tentative Subdivision Map

There is still space available! Please join William Abbott as he teaches a virtual course with pre-recorded material available from May 4-6, 2021, and a virtual live session on May 5, 2021, learning key provisions of the Subdivision Map Act. This seminar is hosted by UC Davis Extension.

Joining

William Abbott will teach a virtual course with pre-recorded material available from May 4-6, 2021, and a virtual live session on May 5, 2021, learning key provisions of the Subdivision Map Act. This seminar is hosted by UC Davis Extension.

Joining Bill this year will be Timothy Denham, AICP, LEED AP, and Dennis Barber, PLS,

Welcome to Abbott & Kindermann’s 2021 1st Quarter cumulative CEQA update. This summary provides links to more in-depth case write-ups on the firm’s blog. The case names of the newest decisions start with Section 3 and are denoted by bold italic fonts.

2020 CEQA UPDATE

 To read the 2020 cumulative CEQA review, click here: https://blog.aklandlaw.com/2021/01/articles/ceqa/2020-ceqa-4th-quarter-review/

This blog is devoted to the non-urban areas of California which, thanks to the internet and Covid-19, are experiencing the effects of a relocating work force from California’s urban centers to its exurbs and rural communities. The resulting changes go well beyond the obvious like the increased demand for more electric vehicle charging stations. They

San Luis Obispo Local Agency Formation Commission v. City of Pismo Beach, (March 3, 2021) 2021 Cal.App. LEXIS 181

It is now common for a local agency to require defense and indemnity as a result of subsequent litigation concerning an application. This obligation is created either as part of the application process or as

Welcome to Abbott & Kindermann’s 2020 3rd Quarter cumulative CEQA update. This summary provides links to more in-depth case write-ups on the firm’s blog. The case names of the newest decisions start with Section 3 and are denoted by bold italic fonts.

1.         2019 CEQA UPDATE

To read the 2019 cumulative CEQA review, click here:

By Daniel S. Cucchi and Kristen Kortick

https://www.cpuc.ca.gov/rps/

Although cities and counties in California face health and safety shutdowns from the pandemic, utilities must continue essential services and remain in compliance with pre-existing laws. One of those laws is California’s Renewable Portfolio Standard (“RPS”) which is driving utilities to transition energy mixes to state approved

Hollywoodians Encouraging Rental Opportunities v. City of Los Angeles (2019) 37 Cal.App.5th 768

The Court of Appeal affirmed the trial court’s denial of a writ of mandate demanding the City of Los Angeles (“City”) prepare an EIR for the conversion of a former rental apartment building into a hotel. The Court held that as

By Kristen Kortick

AB 734 (Bonta)

Since the 2003 publication of the book, Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game, by Michael Lewis, the A’s franchise made a name for itself as a franchise utilizing creative tactics to keep fans in the stands and the players in the dugout. Enter construction of the

Class Description

Stay up-to-date on recent developments in California law affecting land use, planning and environmental compliance. Experts from the field provide succinct and practical analysis on recent case law and significant legislative and administrative changes that took effect this year.

Topics Include:

  • General plans, specific plans and zoning
  • The Subdivision Map Act
  • CEQA
  • Changes