12 Jamulians Against the Casino v. Iwasaki CA3 NOT TO BE

JAMULIANS AGAINST THE CASINO, Plaintiff and Appellant, v. WILDLIFE CONSERVATION BOARD et al., Defendants and Respondents; JAMUL INDIAN VILLAGE, Real Party in Interest and Respondent. C078024 (Super. Ct. No. 34-2014-80001894-CU-WM-GDS) Plaintiff and appellant Jamulians Against the Casino (JAC) appeals from the trial court’s judgment of dismissal, contending the trial court erred in dismissing Plaintiff Jamulians Against the Casino (JAC)2 appeals from the judgment entered after the trial court denied its verified petition for writ of mandate and complaint for declaratory and injunctive relief. JAC’s petition alleges that Caltrans failed to certify a legally adequate environmental impact report (EIR) for the SR-94 Project, and therefore violated the California Environmental Quality Official site of the Jamul Action Committee, previously known as the Jamulians Against the Casino. JAC advocates for the preservation and improvement of the quality of life for all who live, work and recreate in Jamul. Get free access to the complete judgment in Jamulians Against the Casino v. Iwasaki on CaseMine. Plaintiff Jamulians Against the Casino (JAC) appeals from the judgment denying its petition for writ of administrative mandate, declaratory relief, and injunctive relief. We shall dismiss the appeal. 1 FACTUAL AND PROCEDURAL BACKGROUND Real party in interest Jamul Indian Village (real party)1 entered into a compact with the State of California to operate a casino on tribal property. (Gov. Code JAMULIANS AGAINST THE CASINO et al., Plaintiffs and Appellants, v. RANDELL IWASAKI, as Director, etc., Defendant and Respondent; JAMUL INDIAN TRIBE, Real Party in Interest and Respondent. C067138 (Super. Ct. No. 34-2010-80000428-CU-WM-GDS) Plaintiff association Jamulians Against the Casino (JAC) and various individual plaintiffs who are primarily JAC members (hereafter collectively referred to Jamulians Against Casinos Tribal Beat Labor and business groups voice support for casino jobs; residents ask why community was excluded from meetings with Governor's staff, including a site visit JAMULIANS AGAINST CASINO v. DOUGHERTY Email | Print | Comments (0) No. C067138. View Case; Cited Cases; 205 Cal.App.4th 632 (2012) 140 Cal. Rptr. 3d 484. JAMULIANS AGAINST THE CASINO et al., Plaintiffs and Appellants, v. MALCOLM DOUGHERTY, as Acting Director, etc., Defendant and Respondent; JAMUL INDIAN VILLAGE, Real Party in Interest and Respondent. Court of Appeals of California, Third

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