I guess it's a good thing that pool was run in such a way that they have a million bucks to give away in a settlement
They must have been making some great management decisions to have that much cash rolling in
Where the money is coming from.Just months later, Valley Swim Club filed for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy protection. The club property was sold in June 2010 for $1,460,000.
Now, the Justice Department has revealed that once the administration of the estate and bankruptcy case is closed and after paying costs and fees, the remaining assets from the swim club will be split between the 73 discrimination claimants—a number that could be as much as $1.1 million, or just over $15,000 per person.
My children are my legacy.
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