TEXAS – Frisco transitional living home reaches settlement with HOA

WFAA.com:  Frisco transitional living home reaches settlement with HOA
Details of the agreement are sealed.
By Jobin  Panicker
January 1, 2015

FRISCO — A transitional home for homeless women has come under much scrutiny in Frisco, but now a settlement has been reached between it and a Homeowner’s Association.

City House, which places children and adults in transitional housing, has helped hundreds in Plano over the past 26 years. City House opened a home in the Plantation Resort No. 2 subdivision in Frisco, but became embroiled in a tug-of-war with the HOA.

News 8 learned Wednesday that the two have have settled in a case that questioned what defined a single family.

Details of the agreement are sealed.

“Our mission is to help youth and we’re not going to waste time and energy on litigation and fighting people that frankly don’t want us around,” said Rob Scichili with City House.

Rob Scichili with City House says it has decided to move from the neighborhood. He says the decision to move is separate from the settlement.  Read more:

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