The City of Los Angeles prevailed in their fight against the developers of the controversial Las Lomas real estate development project when a Los Angeles Superior Court judge rejected all of the developer’s arguments for re-opening review of the project. In March, the City Council voted 10-5 to instruct the Planning Department to stop processing the application for the 555-acre project slated for construction at the intersection of the Golden State (5) Freeway and the Antelope Valley Freeway. The Los Lomas Land Co. filed a lawsuit in June alleging the council’s action violated state law and the constitutional right to due process. “I am delighted that after six years of fighting this ill-conceived project, it appears to be finally dead,” said Councilman Greig Smith, who led a broad coalition opposing the development. Earlier this week, Dan Palmer resigned as president of the Las Lomas Land Co.