Land Use

Land Use

Position

The LWVDV supports the maintenance and enhancement of open spaces, recreational spaces, and parks.

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The SRV members of the LWVDV support the adoption of a slope density/ridgeline development ordinance for all unincorporated areas of the San Ramon Valley.

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The Martinez members of LWVDV support the concept of long-range planning for Martinez and the establishment of policies for implementing those plans.

Position

LWVDV supports a city (or town) Planning Commission that should act as an advisory, informational body concerned mainly with long-range planning and decisions affecting the physical growth of the city/town.

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The LWVDV supports controlled growth of local cities and towns with concern for the physical character of the area, including support for specific measures in individual communities.

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The LWVDV supports incorporation of separate communities within the San Ramon Valley. The SRV members of the LWVDV favor the incorporation of Alamo. 

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The LWVDV supports the use of city and County general plans as the guide to land use in the respective areas.

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The Lafayette members of the LWVDV support an attractive and financially viable central business district.

Position

The League of Women Voters of Santa Barbara supports efforts to manage growth within limits of South Coast natural resources.

Position

The League of Women Voters of Santa Barbara supports comprehensive planning for the South Coast, recognizing that harmony between people and the community in which they live is the ultimate goal of comprehensive land use planning.

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