Don’t blame CEQA for traffic in Mission Valley.

By Cory Briggs : voiceofsandiego – excerpt

In fact, don’t blame it at all for the bad (or even the good) long-term consequences of development decisions that stem from using the law.

Why not? CEQA doesn’t dictate particular outcomes. CEQA’s primary focus is on disclosing the bad aspects of development decisions. It leaves the ultimate decision-making to public officials.

When a government agency prepares a CEQA document, the goal is to give the public and the decision-makers a reasonably complete forecast of the proposal’s environmental impacts, a reasonably complete list of measures that will reduce otherwise significant impacts to a level of insignificance and a reasonable range of alternative proposals… (more)

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