Of that, the law firms involved will split $1 million in fees, while $1.75 million remaining will go to education programs, Deputy City Attorney Owen Clements said.
Retiring City Attorney Louise Renne said a federal judge in San Diego approved the settlement Monday, ordering the payout and the posting of warning signs.
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