photo credit: ThinkingStiff
The City of Sacramento and Thomas Enterprises are proudly bragging of a “win” in the suit against them brought by the Downtown Plaza and three individuals who challenged the environmental impact reports prepared for the Railyards site. The Sacramento Superior Court today ruled that the City and Thomas Enterprises complied with the law under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA).
- Press release: CITY OF SACRAMENTO AND THOMAS ENTERPRISES WIN RAILYARDS CEQA CHALLENGE (PDF)
2 thoughts on “City touts “win” in Railyards environmental case”
The Downtown Plaza and “three individuals” who challenged the environmental impact reports prepared for the Railyards site having absolutely NO economic interest that they think might be hurt if the railyard were developed, of course. Just another example of the fine Downtown Plaza being a nice concerned citizen- worried about the environment and birds and groundwater all. Yeah- that’s it. It’s all about the Mergansers.
Westfield cares very much about endangered species… namely the disappearing tenants and shoppers at Downtown Plaza!