1 Sep

Two courts and four judges have examined the agreement between the City of Pasadena and the Pasadena Roving Archers. All have found the agreement to be valid and binding. The decision ensures that historic, traditional and quiet activities in the Lower Arroyo are acceptable by city council determination.
On August 30, 2018 the California Court of Appeal, Division 2, filed an opinion in Stewards of Public Land v. City of Pasadena et al. The court affirmed in full, 3-0, for the City of Pasadena. The Court disagreed with all three issues brought by Stewards.
Background: Stewards of Public Land sued the City over its decision in 2015 to approve a staff recommendation to enter into an agreement with the Pasadena Roving Archers for continued use of an archery range in the Lower Arroyo. The City won at trial in August of 2016. Stewards appealed and failed to prevail.


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