Los Angeles Unified School District v. County of Los Angeles, No. B213703
In plaintiff-school district's petition to compel the county and the city and others to increase its allocation of community redevelopment project mitigation payments under Health and Safety Code section 33607.5, judgment in favor of the defendants is reversed and remanded where, as a matter of law, the school district's pass-through payments have been based on erroneous calculation of its percentage share of property taxes, and LAUSD's right to reimbursement has yet to be litigated.
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Filed January 26, 2010
Opinion by Judge Suzukawa
For Appellant: Strumwasser & Woocher, Michael J. Strumwasser, Gregory G. Luke, Aparna Sridhar; Los Angeles Unified School District Office of the General Counsel, John F. Walsh, and Gregory L. McNair
For Appellee: Troutman Sanders, Paul L. Gale, Erik M. Pritchard, Jenece D. Solomon, and Peter R. Lucier; Robert E. Kalunian, Acting County Counsel (Los Angeles), and Thomas M. Tyrell, Principal Deputy County Counsel
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