Santa Rosa settles 6-year-old case over Wild Oak access (CA)

More than six years after Santa Rosa tried to force a gated community to let bicyclists roll through its leafy neighborhood, the city has thrown in the towel with little to show for it but big legal bills and embarrassment.  The city announced Thursday it had settled its lawsuit against the Villages at Wild Oak homeowners association after agreeing to drop its appeals and pay most of the association’s attorney’s fees.    Read the article…………….


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