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California Senate Bill 221 Would Require a Reliable Source of Water for New Real Estate Development Projects
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Senator Sheila Kuehl (D - Los Angeles) earlier this year introduced Senate Bill 211 (SB 211), a bill that would prohibit a planning agency from approving a new subdivision of more than 500 units unless there is a sufficient, reliable source of water. The bill recently passed in the Senate and has moved to the Assembly, but business and development interests are opposing the bill.
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