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San Clemente Times
The Capistrano Unified School District (CUSD) Board of Trustees is scheduled to hear a presentation from its special counsel on matters related to the toll road proposals from the Transportation Corridor Agencies (TCA).
CUSD sued the TCA in 2017 when it became concerned about the proximity of some of the proposed toll road renderings that were displayed at public meetings beginning in 2016.
The district challenged the environmental impact report that was compiled by the TCA but an Orange County Superior Court judge ruled the district had missed the statute of limitations to do so. An appeal is currently in the courts, according to board Trustee Patricia Holloway, who spoke on the matter at the Jan. 15 San Clemente City Council meeting.
The regular business meeting begins at 7 p.m. at the CUSD headquarters at 33122 Valle Road in San Juan Capistrano. The items that will be presented are for discussion only and no action will be taken.