The San Mateo County Housing and Environment Primer is a graphically-rich policy document describing the relationship between housing and the environment.
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Looking forward over the next 20 years, the Mendocino Council of Governments (MCOG) will join other California regions in planning creatively for land use and transportation patterns that respond to new issues including climate change, water shortages, caps on greenhouse gas emissions, rising fuel costs and an aging population.
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Through the San Francisco Bay Area consists of 110 independent municipalities, nine counties and 7 million inhabitants. Recent development in the outlying parts of the region has expanded seemingly without direction, while many areas closer to the urban connections are passed over.
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Railroad Avenue resembles a typical suburban, auto-oriented road, with wide lanes, significant building setbacks and acres of empty parking lots.
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As a part of the General Plan Update, the City of Fremont hosted workshops for envisioning the future of Fremont Boulevard, the City’s main commercial and transportation corridor.
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Pier 70 is one of the most significant industrial historic sites in California. Once home to Union Iron Works, and later Bethlehem Steel, Pier 70 was an important shipbuilding yard, dating back as the late 19th Century.
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