Calif. County Beats Biz Group's Challenge To Land-Use Plan

Law360, Los Angeles (October 31, 2012, 8:08 PM EDT) -- The California Court of Appeal ruled Tuesday that the County of San Luis Obispo didn’t violate state environmental laws when it approved planning and land use guidelines in 2009, saying a lower court properly rejected a business group’s claims that further environmental review was necessary.

In an unpublished decision by a three-judge panel issued Tuesday, the California appeals court rejected efforts by the Agriculture Business & Labor Educational Coalition of San Luis Obispo County, or COLAB, to block the county’s 2009 planning framework amendments, saying the...
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