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The California Land Use & Development Law Report
Legal Commentary on Planning and Development

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State Water Board Registrations of Small Water Diversions Are Ministerial and Exempt from CEQA

The State Water Resources Control Board’s registrations of small water diversions are ministerial projects and hence exempt from CEQA. As such, allegedly erroneous registrations cannot be challenged under CEQA. Mission Peak Conservancy v. State Water Resources Control Board, No. A162564, 2021 WL 5917917 (1st Dist., Dec. 15, 2021). The Water Rights Permitting Reform Act of... Continue Reading…



Recent Articles:
Failure to Timely Name and Serve Real Parties In Interest Does Not Warrant Dismissal Of An Entire CEQA Action if The Unnamed Parties Are Not Indispensable
All Projects—Including Non-Occupancy Structures—Require Climate Action Plan Consistency Analysis to Benefit from Streamlined GHG Review under CEQA
State Density Bonus Law Does Not Require Applicants to Demonstrate Economic Feasibility of Project When Requesting Incentives
Informal Communications Failed to Meet Requirement to “Petition” City Officials for Appeal
Court Upholds Infill Development Categorical Exemption for Gas Station in Existing Shopping Center
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