Former Paradise mayor files class action claim against PG&E

So far, about 200 property owners have signed on.

Posted: Dec 14, 2019 12:31 PM
Updated: Dec 16, 2019 10:59 AM

PARADISE, Calif. - Former Mayor Jody Jones filed a class action claim against PG&E for private road damage repairs in Paradise.

The claim includes all of the private roads in the town that the trucks and crews damaged during Camp Fire recovery, according to Jones.

"It's something that needs to happen and there's really no funding for it," says Jones, "and people don't have the money to fix the roads as well as rebuild their homes."

There are about 200 property owners who have signed onto the claim.

Jones says they are trying to get one homeowner representing each private road in town. For information on how to join Jody Jones lawsuit, view below:

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