Jean and James Gorman have filed a lawsuit to recover the more than $30,000 they spent designing the Mount Lemmon trailhead.
The filing states the Gormans came to an agreement with the county that they could provide the funds for the design and construction of the trailhead, but that the project was later abandoned, wasting the money they spent.
In and email Gorman wrote, “This is not what I want, but we the Cyclist have been bullied too long.” “I would just love to have the support promised by the County to have the Miramonte neighbors see the very small 1/4 acre close to the road, not to their back yards, how it would clean up the old couch and trash back their that whom ever is leaving.”
Download the entire legal filing.
Read all the Tucson Velo stories about the trailhead.
3 thoughts on “Gormans file lawsuit to recover $30K from Pima County”
wow… that legal doc is quite the history of the whole thing, interesting.
It is indeed.
Shame that the NIMBYs that monkeywrenched the deal aren’t named as co-defendants.