State Bill 827 Update: City Council President Henry Wesson, Councilmembers David Ryu (CD4) and Paul Koretz (CD5) to oppose SB 827


This State Bill, that can affect areas of Bel-Air, and introduced by CA Senator Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) and would establish statewide standards for height, density, and required parking for new residential projects close to public transport.  Under those standards, projects within a half-mile of a major transit stop — or within one-quarter mile of a “high quality transit corridor” — could rise four to eight stories, and developers would no longer be required to build areas for parking.

Click here to link to news report regarding City Council opposition from Preserve LA

Click here to link to presentation by Preserve LA (a PowerPoint presentation)

Click here to link to Scott Weiner, CA State Senator (D-San Francisco) “ExtraNewsfeed"