The lawsuit (Kaatz v. City of Seaside et al.) claims that the City of Seaside failed to follow legal requirements, and failed to obtain adequate compensation for the land that Seaside sold to the developers.
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- Press Release: LandWatch Announces That Court Documents Will Go Online
LandWatch Monterey County and the Law Offices of Jay P. Renneisen, counsel for the plaintiffs in the lawsuit challenging the Seaside Highlands development, have announced that key pleadings and court documents will now be available on the internet, at two different locations. Having easy access to the key documents in this lawsuit will be of assistance both to potential homebuyers and to members of the public. (10.06.03)