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Los Angeles Superior Court Upholds Santa Clarita Urban Water Management Plan
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California Water Impact Network et al. v. Castaic Lake Water Agency, et al.
On August 3, 2007, Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Danavs upheld the validity of the Castaic Lake Water Agency (CLWA) Santa Clarita Valley 2005 Urban Water Management Plan (2005 UWMP) after two environmental organizations challenged the plan’s future water supply projections as overly speculative. The court denied the petition for writ of mandate finding that the CLWA could rely on the State Water Project’s (SWP) estimated supply of 73,300 acre-feet per year into the year 2030, despite the inherent uncertainty of future water conditions.
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