City of Elk Grove slapped with citizen-led lawsuit alleging “backroom deals”

June 21, 2017 by Lance Armstrong via egcitizen.com

City of Elk Grove slapped with citizen-led lawsuit alleging “backroom deals”

June 30, 2017 by Lance Armstrong via egcitizen.com

“Several local citizens on June 20 filed a lawsuit against the city of Elk Grove, alleging that city leaders conducted “backroom deals” and are withholding records on the proposed $400 million Wilton Rancheria tribal casino-resort at Highway 99 and Kammerer Road.

The plaintiffs are listed as Patty Johnson, Joe Teixeira, Omar Ahmed, Jr., Xin Guo and Carolyn Soares. The latter is the wife of former Elk Grove mayor and City Council member Rick Soares.”

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