Planning & Conservation League v. Castaic Lake Water Agency, No. B200673
In plaintiffs' request for an administrative mandamus challenging an environmental impact report certified by the defendant pursuant to CEQA concerning a transfer of water from a water agency and a water storage district to the defendant's, judgment of the trial court is reversed, vacated and remanded as, although the trial court correctly rejected plaintiffs' principal contentions, it erred in issuing the writ because the EIR contains no material defects.
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Filed December 17, 2009
Opinion by Judge Manella
For Appellant: Rossmann and Moore, LLP, Antonio Rossmann, Roger B. Moore and Jennifer Seidenberg; Law Offices of Babak Naficy and Babak Naficy, Eisenberg and Hancock, LLP, William N. Hancock and Jon B. Eisenberg; McCormick, Kidman & Behrens, LLP, Russell G. Behrens and David D. Boyer; Remy, Thomas, Moose and Manley, LLP, James G. Moose and Laura M. Harris
For Appellee: Edmund G. Brown, Jr., Attorney General, Janet Gaard, Chief Assistant Attorney General, Mary E. Hackenbracht, Senior Assistant Attorney General, Marilyn H. Levin and Deborah A. Wordham, Deputy Attorneys General
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