In the lawsuit filed in San Diego Superior Court on Tuesday,residentsargue the city should have required an environmentalimpact reportbefore it approved the church campus last month.

The Vista-based church could have to pay both sides' court fees-- eventhough the suit is against the city. The church plans tobuild theproject over a period of years.

The project includes 365,000 sf of buildings over 40 acres onVista'snorthern boundary at North Santa Fe Avenue and OsborneStreet.

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