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Relations With The City/County Regarding Land Development   

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The Governing Board anticipates that developer fees, other local revenues and state bond funds together will not suffice to eliminate the overcrowding in our schools caused by new development. The Board therefore urges the city/county to adopt a provision in the general plan which assures that adequate school facilities and services will be available concurrent with need.

The Board recognizes that cooperation between the district and the city/county is essential to ensure careful and timely planning. To help the city/county determine whether development is consistent with the adopted general plan, the Superintendent or designee shall regularly provide the city/county with information about current and projected enrollment and school capacity. When development projects, zoning changes or general plan changes are proposed, he/she shall represent the district before the city/county and shall report on the adequacy of developer and state monies toward paying for the additional schoolrooms required to meet expected enrollment growth.

Legal Reference:

GOVERNMENT CODE

65300-65307 Authority for and scope of general plans

65850-65863.10 Adoption of regulations, especially

65860 Consistency of zoning ordinances with general plan

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE

21000-21177 California Environmental Quality Act of 1970

Mira Development Corporation v. City of San Diego

252 Cal. Reporter 825 (205 Cal. App. 4d 1201, 1988)

Policy DELANO JOINT UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT

adopted: April 27, 1993 Delano, California