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In his report from closed session at the April 19 City Council meeting, City Attorney Patrick Munoz announced council has authorized his office to proceed with litigation in connection to a “sober living issue.”
He added that City Manager Doug Chotkevys, on behalf of council, sent out a letter in support of AB 2772, a bill aimed at regulating sober living homes.
Munoz said more information will be shared once the claim is filed and becomes public.