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The River Rim Homeowners Association has decided to drop its lawsuit against the DMV concerning its planned move into the Brookswood Plaza. The Board of the Homeowners Association voted Thursday to drop the lawsuit after some residents demanded a vote before HOA money is used in a lawsuit. Regulations require the HOA get a 75 resident approval before filing a lawsuit with HOA money. Resident John Poe says he heard about the decision when he was researching how much the lawsuit cost, at the property management company: “We'll there's not going to be a letter going out on the explanation of the lawsuit. She said I’m waiting for an email that contains a letter stating they're withdrawing the lawsuit.” Letters went out to River Rim residents Friday notifying them of the lawsuit being dropped. They do still plan to conduct a vote and if 75% approve funding the lawsuit, it could be re-filed. Meanwhile, according to our news partner News channel 21; the City of Bend is re-evaluating the zoning situation for the use at Brookswood Plaza.

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