SB 409: Linking water supply and local land use planning

 
CLCV Supported
Passed Senate 22-14 (5/31/05)
Died in Assembly Water
Parks
& Wildlife Committee 6-8 (6/28/05)

California has established tighter links between the availability of water and approval of developments, but mainly at the individual project level. SB 409 (Kehoe) would have required closer linkage at the general plan level, by requiring that a general plan’s discussion of water supply and land use planning is more closely linked.

Senator Party Vote
Sam Aanestad R
Bad
Bad
Dick Ackerman R
Bad
Bad
Richard Alarcón D
Good
Good
Elaine Alquist D
Good
Good
Roy Ashburn R
Bad
Bad
Jim Battin R
Bad
Bad
Debra Bowen D
Good
Good
John Campbell R
Bad
Bad
Gil Cedillo D
Not Voting
Not Voting
Wesley Chesbro D
Good
Good
Dave Cox R
Bad
Bad
Jeff Denham R
Bad
Bad
Denise Ducheny D
Not Voting
Not Voting
Joe Dunn D
Not Voting
Not Voting
Bob Dutton R
Bad
Bad
Martha Escutia D
Good
Good
Liz Figueroa D
Good
Good
Dean Florez D
Good
Good
Dennis Hollingsworth R
Bad
Bad
Christine Kehoe D
Good
Good
Sheila Kuehl D
Good
Good
Alan Lowenthal D
Good
Good
Michael Machado D
Good
Good
Abel Maldonado R
Good
Good
Bob Margett R
Bad
Bad
Tom McClintock R
Bad
Bad
Carole Migden D
Good
Good
Bill Morrow R
Bad
Bad
Kevin Murray D
Good
Good
Deborah Ortiz D
Good
Good
Don Perata D
Good
Good
Chuck Poochigian R
Bad
Bad
Gloria Romero D
Good
Good
George Runner R
Bad
Bad
Jack Scott D
Good
Good
Joe Simitian D
Good
Good
Nell Soto D
Not Voting
Not Voting
Jackie Speier D
Good
Good
Tom Torlakson D
Good
Good
Edward Vincent D
Good
Good

No Assembly action was taken on this item.

This item did not end up on the Governor's desk; therefore, he could not sign or veto it.

 
 
 

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