Presentation of lessons learned in developing new by-right, infill housing units to meet local and regional demand from the perspective of a City housing expert, Land Use attorney and Housing developer. Discuss the potential for further environmental review reform among practitioners that may improve the environmental review process of by-right, infill housing development in order to meet housing demand as projected by ABAG.
Ms. Ryan has worked as a land use and environmental planner for over 30 years. She has a Bachelor of Arts from Rutgers University, majoring in Sociology/City Planning. She also has a Master of Landscape Architecture degree from the University of California, Berkeley, with a concentration in Environmental Planning ... Read More
Barbara E. Kautz is a partner at Goldfarb & Lipman LLP and practices in the areas of land use (especially housing-related land use and CEQA compliance), fair housing, and affordable housing. She has assisted public agency and private clients in a wide variety of land use and CEQA matters. In the ... Read More
Carlene Matchniff serves as Vice President, Entitlements & Public Affairs for the Irvine
Company in their Silicon Valley office. Carlene is responsible for Entitlements Public and Governmental Affairs for the Northern California region. Carlene Matchniff brings to the Irvine Company over 25 years of experience in Real Estate Development Project Management ... Read More
Ashley has over three years of experience in community economic development and urban planning, including economic development with an emphasis on community engagement and cross-sector collaboration. She specializes in comprehensive planning, preparing General Plans for a range of cities in California. In addition, Ashley applies her knowledge of the California ... Read More