As California battles wildfires that seem fiercer, larger, and longer each year, cities around the state are tackling fire prevention and recovery. The main injuries from fires are obvious: loss of life and property, poor air quality, and damaged environments. Yet there are less obvious, more insidious consequences of wildfires that can be just as
CHW’s quarterly newsletter on public law topics is out. You can see it here.
This issue has articles on:
- Developments in the California supreme Court regarding municipal revenues;
- The SB 1383 mandate for organics recycling and efforts to soften the pending deadlines for local governments; and,
- A recent Court of Appeal decision construing new