John P. Yeager


Mr. Yeager specializes in negotiating, implementing and restructuring infrastructure and public services financing mechanisms such as Mello-Roos Community Facilities Districts and assessment districts on behalf of landowners and residential, commercial and industrial developers.  Mr. Yeager has an extensive background in all aspects of local, state and federal land use law having represented development companies for over 35 years on land development and public financing issues involving cities, counties, redevelopment agencies, school districts, special districts and state and federal agencies throughout California.  He has helped solve both simple and complex public financing issues for shopping center owners, large and small tract homebuilders and the developers of some of the largest master‑planned communities in California.  Mr. Yeager has lectured on land-secured public financing for both the UCLA Extension Public Policy Program and the UC Davis Extension Land Use and Public Finance Program and served as a consultant to CEB on the debut edition its two-volume treatise Practice Under the California Environmental Quality Act.