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New Rule Could Change Landscape Regarding Protected Waters 

The question of who has control over our nation’s bodies of water has been debated among landowners, the federal government, and state and local authorities for years. Developers attempting to clarify which bodies of water receive federal protection, which are under the control of the states and which are unregulated have frequently been baffled. On numerous occasions, the U.S. Supreme Court has weighed in, but confusion remains.

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NAIOP San Diego Instrumental in Overturning Linkage Fee Increase 

NAIOP San Diego achieved an important legislative victory this spring. The chapter successfully organized a coalition of more than 50 companies and business organizations, the Jobs Coalition, which led the recent “Stop the Jobs Tax” effort to overturn an ordinance adopted by the San Diego City Council.