Voters back slow growth
If you want to know how Tuesday’s elections affected land use and real estate, check out the California Planning and Development Report, at www.cp-dr.com, where a staff-written story details the results of related ballot measures.
“In balloting Tuesday on local land use measures in California, slow-growth advocates won 22 of 36 elections. Opponents of development rejected an ambitious plan for the San Diego waterfront, endorsed a tight growth control initiative in Redondo Beach, and extended agricultural land protections in Napa and Solano County. But pro-growth forces won high-profile victories in Oxnard . . . Santa Monica, San Marcos and Redwood City.”