It’s not clear when Santa Rosa will receive its share of the $1 billion deal hammered out between PG&E and local governments to settle claims for damage caused by wildfires in 2017 and 2018.
But it could be as soon as July. Santa Rosa’s share of that sum — $92 million after legal fees and litigation costs — could come as early as July, said Chris Rogers, a member of City Council.
Coffey Park, which lost 1,422 homes in the devastating Tubbs fire in 2017, intends to be at the front of the line for a slice of that money.
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