The Water Supply-Land Use Waltz Plays On: The California Supreme Court’s Decision in Vineyard Area Citizens for Responsible Growth v. City of Rancho Cordova
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As the tempestuous courtship between water supply planning and land use planning lurches clumsily toward marriage, the unhappy couple, their friends and relations all find themselves in a considerable dither about how such an unlikely union can ever survive. A tense mood has set in, as this pair isn’t getting any younger—and neither are the rest of us.
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Vineyard Area Citizens for Responsible Growth, Inc. City of Rancho Cordova