Court Upholds EIR Against Challenges to Energy Impacts Analysis, Extra-Jurisdictional Mitigation, and Amendments Following Planning Commission Review

Based upon numerous requests, the California Court of Appeals recently certified for full publication (after previously authorizing only a partial publication) an important CEQA case that provides guidance on

(1) energy impacts analysis,

(2) extra-jurisdictional mitigation, and

(3) amendments to environmental analysis following advisory boardreview.

Tracy First v. City of Tracy, 177 Cal. App. 4th 1 (2009), affirms the City of Tracy's approval of a 95,000 square foot grocery store challenged by project opponents.

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