Matt Potter 3 p.m., Oct. 1
Escondido homeowners stand up to Stuck in the Rough
L.A. property owner sues residents and city
- Stuck in the Rough states that the initiative is not legal and requests the City of Escondido not certify the signatures or take any action to approve or place the initiative on the ballot.
- Requests that the Superior Court of California (where the petition was filed) declare that the petition is illegal and that no election should take place with regard to it.
- Requests that the court declare that if the initiative is adopted, the City of Escondido will owe Stuck in the Rough “just compensation for the taking of the property.” Stuck in the Rough also asked for court costs to be paid for their legal action.
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