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  • Willow Grove LRA Tweaks Housing Density in Reuse Plan

    The Horsham LRA recommended reducing the density of the 862-acre reuse plan for the former Naval Air Station Willow Grove by 30 percent during a conference call last month with its planning consultant. A reduction in the number of housing units from 1,999 to 1,416 would affect single-family homes, townhomes, and apartments and condominiums primarily on the north end of the base, where a 27-acre, mixed-use town center is planned …

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  • President Signs Authorization Bill

    President Obama signed the fiscal 2012 defense authorization bill last week, ending what had been a back-and-forth struggle between the White House and Congress over the last several months. Despite signing the legislation, Obama acknowledged “serious reservations” about some provisions …

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  • Panetta to Reveal Approach to Guide Budget Cuts This Week

    Defense Secretary Leon Panetta is expected to disclose the Pentagon’s plan for cutting $450 billion in spending over 10 years when he outlines the results of the department’s strategic review of its roles and missions on Thursday, reported the San Francisco Chronicle. Panetta, along with Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey, will describe “how we posture the U.S. military to address current and future challenges …

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  • California Supreme Court Upholds Measure Abolishing Redevelopment Agencies

    The California Supreme Court last week ruled in favor of a state law dissolving about 400 redevelopment agencies, jeopardizing economic development efforts in communities, including those rejuvenating closed bases, across the state. The measure was enacted last summer as part of Gov. Jerry Brown’s plan to balance the state’s budget by reallocating funds raised via tax increment financing from redevelopment agencies to other public services such as public safety and education …

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