Madrigal v. City of Huntington Beach, G036991
Denial of petition for writ of mandate challenging issuance of grading permit is affirmed as the permit was consistent with a conditional use permit, and plaintiffs did not meet the burden on appeal of proving that the issuance of the grading permit was discretionary, rather than ministerial, or that it was not otherwise exempt from CEQA.
- Decided 01/31/2007
- Published 02/27/2007
- California Court of Appeal
- For Appellant:
- Law Office of Rose M. Zoia, Rose M. Zoia, Glen Ellen; Briggs Law Corporation and Cory J. Briggs for Plaintiffs and Appellants.
- For Appellees:
- Jennifer McGrath, City Attorney, and Scott F. Field, Assistant City Attorney, for Defendant and Respondent., Latham & Watkins, Paul N. Singarella, Costa Mesa, Daniel P. Brunton, San Diego, Joshua T. Bledsoe, Costa Mesa; Donald A. Redd and Douglas P. Ditonto, Rosemead, for Real Party in Interest and Respondent Southern California Edison., Woodruff, Spradlin & Smart and M. Lois Bobak, Orange, for Real Party in Interest and Respondent Landscape by Hiro, Inc.