AB 1000 (Reyes D) Qualifying logistics use projects.
Current Text: Amended: 3/30/2023
Last Amend: 3/30/2023
Status: 4/28/2023-Failed Deadline pursuant to Rule 61(a)(2). (Last location was L. GOV. on 4/17/2023) (May be acted upon Jan 2024)
Location: 4/28/2023-A. 2 YEAR
Summary: The Planning and Zoning Law sets forth various requirements relating to the review of development project permit applications and the issuance of development permits for specified classes of development projects. This bill would prohibit a local agency from approving the development or expansion of any qualifying logistics use, as defined, within 1,000 feet of sensitive receptors, as defined, except as provided. The bill would authorize a local agency to approve the development or expansion of a qualifying logistics use greater than 750 feet from a sensitive receptor and within 1,000 feet of a sensitive receptor only if the local agency takes certain actions, including, among other things, conducting a cumulative analysis of the air quality impacts of the warehouse development project, as specified. The bill would require a local agency, upon receipt of an application for a warehouse development project, to take certain actions, including posting information on its internet website that is easily accessible and easily understandable by the public, as specified. The bill would require the lead agency to conduct at least one scoping meeting at a location within one mile of the project site, except as provided.