California Governance and Finance Committee Did Not Pass Ab 2840

A Bill that has had Made Made Made Made Made Made Made Made Made Made Made Made Made Mobile and Logistics Projects More Diffict In The Inland Empire Out In The Present Legislative Session. Assembly Bill 2840 Passed the State Assembly Earlier This Year, But it out. In Fact, AB 2840’s AuHor, Assembly Majority Leader Eloise Gómez Reyes, Is Expected to Reset Your Potential Legislation Enacted.

According to Assembly Leader Reyes, the Intent of Abrox 2840 Was Your Buffer Zone Between The Different The Diesel Receptors, Sch Thulls, Playgrounds and other Communities and other communions USES.

Under the last draft of the bill, prior to its quiet demise, “qualifying logistics use” – defined as any logistics use with 100,000 or more square feet of building space, including, but not limited to, warehouses – would be subject to additional restrictions in the counties of Riverside and San Bernardino and any cities within those counties. Specifically, these local governments would be prohibited from approving development or expansion of any qualifying logistics use that is adjacent to a sensitive receptor unless the local government imposes either: (i) a minimum setback of 1,000 feet on the qualifying logistics use or (ii) alternative measures on the qualifying logistics use that will reduce the project’s impacts to public health and safety in a manner comparable to the minimum setback. AB 2840 would have also required that the local government, prior to approving a qualifying logistics use, require the project applicant to develop a written construction careers agreement that specifies: (1) all construction work for the project, including repairs and renovations after completion, shall use a skilled and trained workforce as defined in Section 2601 of the Public Contract Code; and (2) a set percentage of jobs created by the project must go to local residents.

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