March 2013, Vol. 240, No. 3


California General Plans: What They Mean For Legacy Pipeline Management

Comprehensive land use planning gives local residents and interested stakeholders a chance to influence the management of future, anticipated community growth. But for pipeline owners, this planning process can carry other benefits and risks. California is one state that mandates local governments to implement long-term comprehensive land use planning with the adoption of General Plans (in most other states they are referred to as Comprehensive Plans). General Plans are essentially blueprints for structured long-term land-use management associated with projected population growth, which include detailing areas with adequate/inadequate infrastructure and areas that offer develo

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