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The California Land Use & Development Law Report
Legal Commentary on Planning and Development

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Gentrification Not a Valid Basis For Fair Housing Act Claim

A claim of disparate impact based on gentrification in predominantly minority communities is not cognizable under the Fair Housing Act. Crenshaw Subway Coalition v. City of Los Angeles, 75 Cal.App.5th 917 (2022).  A development project in the “Crenshaw Corridor” of South Los Angeles was approved by the Los Angeles City Council.  The 43-acre project proposed... Continue Reading…

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Traffic Mitigation Fee Did Not Violate the Unconstitutional Conditions Doctrine Under Nolan and Dolan
Dam Operations Authorized Under 1954 Statute Potentially Included Protection of Endangered Species.
CEQA Review Not Required for Water Allocations That Were Part of Earlier Project
City of Davis Did Not Err in Finding Mixed-Use Project Consistent With General Plan
Single Home Not Subject to the Housing Accountability Act
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