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Fifth District Overrules Trial Court Decision Issuing Writ, Finding No Fair Argument of Significant Impacts of Housing Development
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Porterville Citizens for Responsible Hillside Development v. City of Porterville, ___Cal.App.4th___
On November 9, 2007, the Fifth District Court of Appeal reversed a judgment from the Tulare County Superior Court granting a peremptory writ of mandate to set aside municipal resolutions certifying a mitigated negative declaration and approving a tentative subdivision map 219-unit housing development.
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5th District Court of Appeal
Porterville Citizens for Responsible Hillside Development v. City of Porterville