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Fourth District Court Addresses CEQA Baseline Requirements for Analysis of a Project’s Impacts on Regional Water Supplies
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Cherry Valley Pass Acre and Neighbors v. City of Beaumont, ___Cal.App.4th___
The Fourth District Court of Appeal has held that the City of Beaumont complied with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) in with regards to the environmental impact report (EIR) prepared for the Sunny-Cal Specific Plan (specific plan), a project contemplating the development of 560 residential units on a 200-acre site currently used for agricultural purposes. In so holding, the court rejected claims that the city relied on an improper baseline in assessing the project’s water supply impacts.
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Cherry Valley Pass Acres and Neighbors v. City of Beaumont