Riverwatch v. County of San Diego

1996 - 76 Cal.App.4th 1428

Palomar Aggregates sought and obtained approval to develop a rock quarry. Petitioners filed a writ to force San Diego County to vacate its approval of the project. On appeal, Palomar Aggregates argued that under the Permit Streamlining Act the time to challenge the approval had passed, mooting any objections. The Court held that the Permit Streamlining Act was not triggered because work on the project had not yet begun.

TLG Counsel of Record: Tina A. Thomas

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