California Oak Found. v. City of Santa Clarita, B175580
In an action under the California Environmental Quality Act regarding a proposed industrial/business park, approval of an environmental impact report (EIR) was inappropriate because the EIR did not adequately discuss the adequacy of water supplies for the project; therefore, the trial court is directed to issue a writ of mandate vacating the certification until a corrected EIR is submitted and approved.
- Decided 11/02/2005
- Published 11/02/2005
- California Court of Appeal
- For Appellant:
- Law Offices of Babak Naficy and Babak Naficy, Culver City, for Plaintiffs and Appellants California Oak Foundation and Santa Clarita Organization for Planning the Environment., Morrison & Foerster, and Anne E. Mudge, San Francisco, for Real Party in Interest Gate King Properties., Rossmann and Moore, Antonio Rossmann, Roger B. Moore, San Francisco, and David R. Owen, for Amicus Curiae Planning and Conservation League.
- For Appellees:
- Burke, Williams & Sorensen and Stephen R. Onstot, Los Angeles, for Defendant and Respondent City of Santa Clarita.