Laguna Isla Vista LP, the group representing the Laguna Terrace Park, is going to court to get what it feels would be equal treatment given a neighboring property owner by the California Coastal Commission.
The park's owner wants the court to declare that the park sits on a valid legal site and does not require a coastal development permit issued by the commission, before proceeding with plans that allow residents to buy the land beneath their mobile homes. The park also is requesting temporary and permanent injunctions prohibiting the commission from "intruding" on the legal title.
If not that, the owner wants a quiet title to the adjacent 75 acres, bought by Driftwood Properties LLC in about 2004. A quiet title "quiets" any challenges to and removes any "clouds" on a title. Driftwood Properties was named along with the commission, California Coastal Conservancy and unknown others as defendants in the lawsuit.