Here is a list of projects that are currently under threat of a Project Labor Agreement or environmental extortion.
Recent Action: Trustee Longville moved, Trustee Singer
seconded, and the Board members voted as follows to award bid and approve
contract with Woodcliff Corporation for the Auditorium Renovation project,
SBVC, in the amount of $6,800,000.00
The "Bringing Back Broadway" campaign aims to revitalize downtown Los Angeles by tapping into the city's historical core. Plans include restoring historic theaters, designing more pedestrian-friendly streets, and installing a streetcar. The "Broadway Streetscape Master Plan," finalized in February this year by City Planning, is one of LA's first examples of a "Complete Street" project.
The Orange County Transportation Authority in cooperation with Caltrans, City of Dana Point, City of San Clemente, and City of San Juan Capistrano, is proposing to widen Interstate 5 (I-5) between Avenida Pico and San Juan Creek Road. The proposed project will add one high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lane in each direction on I-5 throughout the project limits, reestablish existing auxiliary lanes and construct new auxiliary lanes, and improve several existing on- and off-ramps.
The proposal includes the demolition of an existing hospital and the redevelopment of 19.36 acres for a residential subdivision comprising of approximately 125 residential units and up to 5,000 square feet of neighborhood serving retail.
The new courthouse will house 30 courtrooms in what is expected to be a 12-story building. In September 2009, culminating years of effort by the Court, City, County, local community, and the AOC, the state Public Works Board approved the acquisition of a site in downtown Stockton: Hunter Square Plaza, adjacent to the current courthouse at 222 East Weber Avenue. The site was donated by the City of Stockton.
The keystone in the Petco Park master plan, first approved eight years ago, is now a $250 million, 634-unit residential project, 51,000 square feet of retail space and "mews," a New York City-style "high line" and a 36-story tower with a paper airplane-shaped roof.
1,000-home mega development. The project, named San Stino, will have 1.6 units per acre over a 645-acre tract.
Location: Salinas (Central Coast)
Projected Cost: $102 Million
The Salinas High School has had their application into the state for about a year and recently sent in a full set of drawings for review.