News from Neighboring States for Feb. 12, 2018: Local governments don’t want to commit to a new version of redevelopment only to have the state renege a few years later.

 

Downtown Los Angeles’ Grand Hope Park is in one of the areas improved by funding from the city’s former redevelopment agency. /Wally Skalij / Los Angeles Times

California: State lawmakers want to restore an urban renewal and affordable housing program. But it’s complicated.

Denver is about to let RiNo developers build higher if they chip in affordable housing. Will it make a difference?

New Mexico: Skipti takes Airbnb concept to next level

Are California climate policies unfair to Utah?

Las Vegas slogan ‘what happens here’ may face cloudy future

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