Concerned McCloud Citizens v. McCloud Cmty. Servs. Dist., C050811
In case involving a contingent proposal for the sale and purchase of spring water, writ of madante vacating agreement is reversed as approval of the agreement did not constitute approval of a project within the meaning of CEQA, and, thus, prior compliance with the CEQA review procedures was not required.
- Decided 01/02/2007
- Published 01/31/2007
- California Court of Appeal
- For Appellant:
- Hatch & Parent, Lisabeth D. Rothman, Robert J. Saperstein, James E. Friedhofer, C. Wesley Strickland; and Diane C. DeFelice for Real Party in Interest and Appellant., Nicholas J. Cammarota for California Building Industry Association as Amicus Curiae on behalf of Real Party in Interest and Appellant., Andrew R. Henderson for Building Industry Legal Defense Foundation as Amicus Curiae on behalf of Real Party in Interest and Appellant., Paul B. Campos for Home Builders Association of Northern California as Amicus Curiae on behalf of Real Party in Interest and Appellant., Cassidy, Shimko, Dawson & Kawakami, Anna C. Shimko and Matthew D. Francois for California Building Industry Association, California Business Properties Association, Building Industry Legal Defense Foundation and Home Builders Association of Northern California as Amici Curiae on behalf of Real Party in Interest and Appellant.
- For Appellees:
- David W. McMurchie, Law Office of David W. McMurchie, Sacramento, CA, for Defendants and Appellants., Donald B. Mooney, Law Offices of Donald B. Mooney, Davis, CA, for Plaintiff and Respondent.