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Las Lomas Land Files Appeal

Lawyers for a developer whose $100 million lawsuit against the city of Los Angeles was dismissed last month filed an appeal Friday in hopes that litigation can move forward.

The Las Lomas Land Company sought to develop 555 acres just north of the city and have it annexed by the city in order to tap into Los Angeles’ municipal services. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge David P. Yaffe agreed last month that the city was not obligated to complete an environmental impact report before deciding whether to proceed with the project.

Carlyle W. Hall, a lawyer for project developer Dan Palmer, said the Los Angeles City Council’s March 2008 decision violated the company’s constitutional rights to equal protection and due process.




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