Governmental Entitlement Process


A required course in the Certificate Program in Light Construction and Development Management.

Irvine, CA – January 14, 2008 – (RealEstateRama) — The governmental entitlement process and other rules and regulations have a major impact on your development project. Master the art of working with the government by exploring topics including general plan elements and policies; the role and responsibilities of staff in planning, zoning and specific plan; and legal basis and issues. Explore development review issues, such as the environmental review process; subdivision procedure; tentative procedure; tentative tract and parcel maps; and design review. Learn how to work with your community by understanding public considerations including public participation and citizen involvement; public hearings; addressing negative citizen input; dealing with appointed and elected officials; establishing relationships and determining issues; initiative and referendum; special districts; LAFCO; schools; and current issues and trends. Avoid costly and time-consuming pitfalls by understanding and planning for governmental entitlements. University of California, Irvine Extension is a State Bar of California approved MCLE provider (provider number 2560). Eligible participants will earn up to 30 hours of general MCLE credit based on attendance. To verify attendance and calculate eligible hours, students must sign weekly MCLE forms. Prerequisite: MGMT X479.02, Overview of Light Construction and Development Management. Enrollment limited.

Brian A. Bauer, Esq., is a principal and co-founder of South Coast Communities, LLC, in the City of Tustin. He is active in legal transactional work and land acquisition. His expertise includes entitlement work in all facets of land development. He has worked as an in-house counsel for Zurich North America representing their commercial clients in construction related matters and as an electrical engineer with McDonnell Douglas (now Boeing). He has been licensed as an attorney since 1994 and has is California’s broker license. He is a member of the Orange County Chapter of the BIA.

Organizer:  Building Industry Association of Southern California

Date & Time:  Thursday, January 15, 2009, 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Address:  Pereira Drive West of East Peltason Dr., Bldg. 234, Irvine, CA 92697

When: Jan 15, 09 to Mar 19, 09; 10 meeting(s)

Where: UC Irvine Campus

Fee: $390.00

Reg#: 00286

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