Archive for September 2019
Killing the Corridors Plan, or Did They?
It’s been about a month since the current Santa Cruz City Council decided to kill the famous Housing Corridors Plan, which would have allowed for taller, mixed use buildings along the four main transportation corridors throughout the City: Ocean, Water, Soquel, and Mission Street. This is basically urban planning 101: when you are constrained based upon available land, it’s both more efficient and…Read More
Synopsis of September Board Meeting
For those of you who were unable to attend our September Board Meeting, we have uploaded the presentations for your convenience. We heard staff presentations on AB 1482, Tenant Protection Act of 2019, as well as an update on the California Consumer Privacy Act amendments. We also had a guest speaker from Merlone Geier about…Read More
Chase What Matters
At the end of August, I had the honor of being invited as a guest to the Chase Center’s open house for employees of the Warriors Franchise. For the Chase Center’s first guests it was only right that they invited the employees that make the experience possible. It felt like I was in a…Read More