Public Law Journal: 2015, Vol. 38, No. 3
- Can the State Use Its Spending Powers to Circumvent Charter Cities' Home Rule Authority?
- Legislative Update
- Message from the Chair
- Profiles in Public Law: An Interview with Dean Erwin Chemerinsky
- Public Law Journal
- Public Law Section
- Your Top Ten List of California Administrative Law Reforms
- Litigation & Case Law Update
Litigation & Case Law Update
Compiled by K. Scott Dickey*
LAND USE/INCLUSIONARY HOUSING
California Building Industry Association v. City of San José (2015) ___ Cal. 4th ___, 2015 WL 3650184
Inclusionary housing ordinance requiring developers adding 20 or more new, modified, or additional units to designate 15 percent of the units for low- and moderate-income housing, or provide in lieu benefits, was not taking under the unconstitutional conditions doctrine.