Settlement reached in lawsuit filed by Cielo residents in Rancho Santa Fe (CA)

The settlement, reached Feb. 29 as a trial on the lawsuit was set to begin in San Diego Superior Court, calls for homeowners to elect all five members of the community’s homeowner association board, and also for the developer, Rancho Cielo Estates Ltd., to sign a contract within 90 days for construction of a road that would provide secondary access in and out of the community.    Read the article………..


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