4 W. Santa Inez, San Mateo
In 2017, a modest housing project was proposed for 4 West Santa Inez Avenue that would add 10 units to the Bay Area’s already scarce housing supply. On February 5, 2018, San Mateo City Council voted to deny the project.
The City of San Mateo denied the project on the grounds that “the structures, site plan, and landscaping are not in scale and are not harmonious with the character of the neighborhood”. We allege that the city’s reason for denial of the project was based on subjective criteria, which is a violation of the Housing Accountability Act’s requirement that projects be denied for objective, well-defined criteria.
Status: Litigation in progress
Documents in this case
|2018-02-02 04:08||CaRLA||Legal threat letter||
We had our attorney send in a formal threat letter to the city, outlining how they broke the law and why we will win.
|2019-07-15 04:08||CaRLA||Opening Brief in CaRLA v San Mateo|
|2019-08-14 10:44||City of San Mateo||Respondents’ Opposition Brief|
|2019-08-14 10:46||City of San Mateo||Proof of Service|
|2019-08-14 10:55||City of San Mateo||Request for Judicial Notice|
|2019-08-28 02:46||CaRLA||Petitioner’s Reply Brief|
|2019-08-29 04:13||San Mateo County Superior Court||August 29, 2019 Law and Motion Calendar|
|2018-04-30 05:43||CaRLA||Petition for Writ of Administrative Mandate|