A Vista Superior Court judge will hear arguments Monday on three lawsuits filed against Encinitas, the only city in the county that has not complied with state law to develop a housing plan.
From the Inbox:
[...] on the three lawsuits against Encinitas from the BIA/Tenants United and DCM [David Meyer]: the two from the building industry to force immediate adoption of Measure T were denied, with the judge instructing Encinitas to wait for the November election results and the DCM suit was just plain old dismissed.
The direct quote from the judge on the DCM was a question to Meyers' attorney: "Are there cases out there that say you get one vote and I can then ignore the initiative process?" No response, so obviously not.
Sabine was in the audience, not at the table arguing for Encinitas with Barbara Kautz (who apparently was quite strong). Meyer was there, as was Andreen.