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Election Aftermath

Post election, what does El Dorado County’s future for growth look like?

Election day saw the defeat of measures M, N and O in El Dorado County. These highly charged measures were opposed by a broad coalition of farmers, business owners and civic leaders who believed these initiatives would diminish local control and restrict development decisions to bureaucrats outside El Dorado County. Although the measures were soundly defeated, the question remains, what happens now?

Dec 3, 2014 Michelle Smira Brattmiller
Powerhouse 16, opening soon in midtown, includes 50 market-rate apartment units.

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Opening Doors — Lots of Them

Multifamily construction plays catch-up with surging demand.

From the unmarred concrete sidewalk along Riverine Way, above Richards Boulevard in the city’s River District, you can take a slow 360-turn and view the past, present and future of housing development in Sacramento. You’ll likely be standing alone, since the street is only one bone of an incomplete skeleton that will eventually support the mixed-use urban infill taking shape around it.

Nov 25, 2014 Kevin McKenna

Growing the Anti-Growth City

Acuity with Matt Yancey

Matt Yancey has been selected as the new CEO of the Davis Chamber of Commerce after serving more than seven years as the director of business and economic development at the Sacramento Metro Chamber. So how do you grow a city that’s been historically anti-growth?

Nov 17, 2014 Christine Calvin
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Reform Prop. 13

Is a discussion possible?

After all these years since California voters passed Proposition 13, what will it take to have a rational discussion about amending the way commercial property is assessed?

Oct 30, 2014 Lenny Goldberg