Wakulla County to pay $160,000 to settle lawsuit with City Walk Urban Mission

September 23, 2020, 6:46 am

A federal court in Tallahassee has ruled that City Walk Urban Mission can again operate in Wakulla County and can open up three other transition homes within the county.

Tuesday, the court approved a settlement between the organization and the county. The county agreed to settle the case for $160,000. In addition to the $160,000 Wakulla County agreed to pay to settle, the county also agreed to allow City Walk to establish up to three other transition homes in the county.

In May, City Walk sued Wakulla County to continue their ministry, which is open to registered sex offenders.

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