Recent Court Decisions and Publications Provide Guidance in Piecing Together Water Supply Analyses for Development Projects
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It has been two and a half years since Senate Bill 221 (Kuehl) and SB 610 (Costa) were enacted in an effort to further synergize land use and water supply planning. While there has not yet been a reported case discussing the adequacy of a water supply analysis in the context of SB 221 or SB 610, recent cases and reports provide insightful guidance and information that aid in preparing water supply assessments and veriﬁcations under SB 221 and SB 610, and in discussing water supply for development projects in California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) documents.
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