** BREAKING NEWS **
The California Court of Appeals has partially reversed, and partially affirmed, a lower court decision on a lawsuit challenging the validity of Alameda Unified School Districts 2008 parcel tax, Measure H.
A notice from the court late today read:
The judgment in favor of the District is reversed in part and affirmed in part. The trial court is directed to enter judgment declaring the special tax imposed by Measure H invalid to the extent it imposes a tax other than $120 per parcel, unless the parcel is exempt from the special tax under the provisions of the measure, in which case, no tax may be imposed. The trial court shall also determine whether plaintiffs are entitled to any further remedies, as sought in their trial brief. Each party to bear its own costs on appeal.
Here is the appellate court ruling below: