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Pure Water Delayed (Again)

A key test has been completed and the report is on its way to the state. The goal is to begin water delivery in February 2020 one month behind. (01.10.20)

Del Rey Oaks Approves Plan and Gets Sued

The Del Rey Oaks City Council approved its updated housing plan on December 17th and LandWatch promptly filed a lawsuit over water supply and environmental impacts. (01.04.20)

Ferrini Ranch Protected

Through a $10 million agricultural easement, the Ferrini Ranch property is now conserved—thanks to the developer’s decision and the offer by the Ag Land Trust. (12.23.19)

LandWatch Priorites

Affordable Housing

Offer incentives to construct affordable housing and reduce fees.

Fort Ord Reuse Authority

Ensure the Fort Ord Reuse Authority is dissolved and the Eastside Parkway is stopped.

Seaside General Plan

Participating in the development of the new Seaside General Plan to ensure better policies.

Litigation

Stop poorly planned projects that are unsustainable and create more urban sprawl.

Paraiso Hot Springs

Prevent the construction of a sprawling, exclusive mega-resort in a high fire area on ranchlands with inadequate roads and water.

Sustainable Groundwater Management Act

Advocate for sustainable groundwater in the critically over-drafted Salinas Valley Basin.

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