Tomlinson v. County of Alameda, A125471
Trial court's denial of plaintiffs' petition for a writ of administrative mandate, challenging a decision of a county to approve a subdivision development is reversed as the project was not exempt from CEQA review as the county used the wrong legal standard in applying the exemption and substantial evidence does not show the proposed subdivision satisfied the exemption's criteria.
- Decided 06/18/2010
- Published 06/18/2010
- California Court of Appeal
- For Appellant:
- Remy, Thomas, Moose & Manley LLP, Sabrina V. Teller for Plaintiffs and Appellants., Jewell J. Hargleroad for Fairview Community Club as Amicus Curiae on behalf of Plaintiffs and Appellants.
- For Appellees:
- Richard E. Winnie, County Counsel, Brian E. Washington, Assistant County Counsel, Manuel F. Martinez, Associate County Counsel, for Defendants and Respondents., Richard K. Abdalah and Miriam H. Wen-Lebron for Real Parties in Interest and Respondents.