Sacramento County Rewarded for Comprehensive Water Supply Planning for Future Growth
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Vineyard Area Citizens for Responsible Growth v. City of Rancho Cordova
The Court of Appeal for the Third District recently became the first of California’s appellate courts to publish an opinion upholding a local agency’s water supply planning efforts for long-term future urban growth. In the decade preceding the court’s March 10 ruling in Vineyard Area Citizens for Responsible Growth v. City of Rancho Cordova, 127 Cal.App.4th 490 (3rd Dist. 2005) (petition for review pending, Supreme Court Case No. S132972) (Vineyard Area Citizens), the published decisions of the Courts of Appeal addressing the intersection between land use and water supply planning had invalidated every effort by local agencies to study and rely upon various water supplies for large future urban growth projects.
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Topics) Water Supply) General Plans
California) Rancho Cordova
3rd District Court of Appeal
Sacramento County Water Agency
State Water Resources Control Board
Vineyard Area Citizens for Responsible Growth, Inc. City of Rancho Cordova