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Friday notes: New Obama, Brown proposals could affect development in Stockton

Happy Friday, everyone. Yesterday was a busy day for sustainable development advocates as a flurry of initiatives and budget proposals were released that could have a significant impact, especially in Stockton. At the federal level, a new initiative to help struggling cities was announced, while new proposals in California spell out how funding may be […]

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Wednesday notes: high-speed rail, the Commercial Building, and allergies

Today’s SCL news and notes include a new report on California High Speed Rail estimates, downtown’s Commercial Building preservation efforts, and Stockton’s low-allergy advantage. Stockton City Limits featured in the Central Valley Business Journal I would like to thank the good people at the Central Valley Business Journal for giving me an opportunity to write […]

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How Stockton will benefit from high-speed rail

This summer, work will begin on the country’s first true high-speed rail project— California High Speed Rail. The first line of tracks will be put down in the Central Valley, stretching roughly 114 miles from Fresno to Bakersfield. Eventually, the line will connect Los Angeles and San Diego with the Bay Area and Sacramento. While […]

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