The land use related activity seems to have narrowed to a few bills.
Cell towers: HF556 passed out of the House Ways and Means Committee with a 14-9 vote. It would provide a uniform set of regulations for the approval of new towers by local governments, thus preempting local zoning on several issues. The FCC ruling issued last fall (blogposts here) addressed collocation of facilities and substantial modifications to existing facilities. This legislation is primarily directed at new tower siting, and would provide standard definitions, uniform application standards and a streamlined process.
Abandoned nuisance properties: The sections addressing abandoned nuisance properties and flood mitigation were stripped out of HF385. before passing out of the House Ways and Means Committee.
Eminent Domain: SF449, a bill relating to procedures and requirements for condemning property and disposing of certain condemned property, passed out of the House 92-3. It previously passed out of the Senate 50-0. The bill specifies that the authority to condemn property is not conferred on an acquiring agency unless the governing body for the acquiring agency first approves a preliminary or final route or site location of the proposed public improvement.