waterfront

State Looking to Require Cities to Plan for Rising Seas

Kevin Stark, San Francisco Public Press — Mar 19 2018 - 8:00am

California officials are taking their first, tentative steps toward requiring cities to plan for severe sea level rise that scientists now say could conceivably elevate high tides by up to 22 feet by the middle of the next century. A state-funded study recommends that local planners adopt a risk-averse approach to permitting developments such as hospitals and housing in areas that have even little chance of flooding in the coming decades.

Timeline: Lawyers for Developers Share Tactics to Blunt CEQA

Kevin Stark, San Francisco Public Press — Apr 19 2017 - 8:26am

Invoking recent court decisions, developers are pushing back on the ability of Bay Area cities to use the California Environmental Quality Act to regulate waterfront development and protect residents from rising sea levels

Proposition D: Mission Rock Waterfront Development

Noah Arroyo, San Francisco Public Press — Oct 5 2015 - 4:08pm

Proposition D would make it possible for the Mission Rock waterfront development to move forward in the Mission Bay neighborhood.

Pier 70 Waterfront Development Could Flood This Century

Kevin Stark, San Francisco Public Press — Mar 11 2015 - 12:00pm

New projections reveal that a major proposed housing and retail project could be underwater by the year 2100.

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