Coarsegold homeowner association settles retaliation lawsuit. Here’s what they must pay (CA)

A homeowners’ association must pay $177,750 to settle a retaliation lawsuit, the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing announced Thursday.  Yosemite Lakes Owners’ Association of Coarsegold was accused of retaliating against a former employee, Amanda Childress, firing her for assisting the agency with an investigation.    Read the article………………..


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