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Comm. for Green Foothills v. Santa Clara County Bd. of Supervisors, No. S163680

By FindLaw Staff on February 12, 2010 11:53 AM

In mandamus proceedings challenging a county's approval of trail developments by Stanford University, arising from the university's application for a permit to add buildings on its campus in 2000, decision of the Court of Appeals is reversed as the filing of a notice of determination (NOD) triggers a 30-day statute of limitations for all CEQA challenges to the decision announced in the notice, and here, the Committee filed its petition more than 30 days after the County reported its approval of the trails agreement in an NOD. 

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Appellate Information

Filed February 11, 2010

Judges

Opinion by Judge Corrigan

Counsel
For Appellant:  Wittwer & Parkin, William P. Parkin and Jonathan Wittwer

For Appellee:    Ann Miller Ravel, County Counsel, Miguel Márquez, Acting County Counsel, and Lizanne Reynolds, Deputy County Counsel

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