2003 issues of The Advocate
The Housing Rights Center and Neighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles helped broker a $100,000 settlement of a national origin discrimination lawsuit between the owner of a rental house and her tenants. Along with paying $100,000, the defendants will permanently leave the rental housing business.
In December 2002, the United States Department of Justice reached a settlement with the City of Mount Pleasant, Tennessee; the South Central Tennessee Development District (SCTDD); a housing inspector, and an SCTDD employee.
Late last year, the Fair Housing Council of Orange County reached a $210,000 settlement in a housing discrimination case against Joseph G. Brown and three other defendants, the owners of the Snug Harbor, El Nido and Anchor Trailer Parks in Costa Mesa, California. The Fair Housing Council joined Pamela Swick as a plaintiff in the action. Swick complained that she encountered discrimination against families with children when she tried to sell her mobile home at the Snug Harbor Trailer Park.
In November 2002, Brown and defendants Donna M. Brown Snider, Deborah A.
The Westwater Commons Corporation, a Yonkers apartment co-operative agreed to pay $102,500 to settle a fair housing lawsuit brought by the United States Department of Justice and the King family.
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Discriminatory statements and actions against Latinos costs CA mobile home park owners $70,000
GA City settles race case for $450,000 in cash and credits
Illinois landlord quotes higher rents to African Americans; pays $45,000 to HOPE Fair Housing
IL family pays $45,000, gives up management in race case
New report says less than 1%
Illinois women and South Suburban Housing Center share in $45,000 racial discrimination settlement
UCONN students help win $35,000 race/family settlement
FL City gives up on shutting down group ho
Yonkers, NY co-op pays $102,500 to family after board member objects to children in unit above hers
Trailer parks settle family status claims for $210K in CA