The California Land Use & Development Law Report – Perkins Coie

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

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“Whole of the Council” Meant All City Councilmembers, Not Just Those Present and Voting
A court of appeal upheld the City of Madera’s interpretation of a municipal code provision requiring “a five-sevenths vote of the whole of the [City] Council” as mandating the approval of five councilmembers, rather than a five-sevenths vote of the councilmembers voting on the matter. Lateef v. City of Madera, No. F076227 (5th Dist., Feb…. Continue Reading

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