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Fourth District Upholds City’s Certification of Addendum to EIR as Equivalent to Approval of Water Supply Assessment
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Citizens for Responsible Equitable Environmental Development v. City of San Diego, 196 Cal.App.4th
Addressing a challenge to the process by which a city approved a Water Supply Assessment (WSA), the Fourth District Court of Appeal has held that the city’s certification of a final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR) addendum, which incorporated the WSA by the city’s water department, was sufficient to comply with the requirements under Water Code § 10910 for approval of the WSA.
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Statutes - State) California) California Environmental Quality Act
Topics) Land Use) Environmental Impact Report Certification
Topics) Land Use) Water Supply
Topics) Water Supply) Water Supply Assessments
California) San Diego
4th District Court of Appeal
Citizens for Responsible Equitable Environmental Development v. City of San Diego