After winning in the trial court against LADWPMono County v. City of Los Angeles has moved on to the California Court of Appeal due to LADWP’s appeal of the judgement in order to avoid environmental review

The trial court correctly found that LADWP’s action changing historic land management practices in Mono County, by curtailing and/or eliminating water deliveries to 6,100 acres of LADWP-owned lands in Mono County in order to augment water exports to Los Angeles, constitutes a “project” under CEQA. In the respondent’s opposition brief, Mono County and the Sierra Club request that the appellate court affirm the trial court’s Judgment.

Read Mono County and the Sierra Club’s argument for why the trial court’s judgement should be upheld below.

Read the Brief Here

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