From California, SignOnSanDiego.com reports that residents of the 76-acre De Anza Cove Mobile-Home Park (a mixed community including manufactured homes) have reached a $3.6 million settlement with the city of San Diego for the poor treatment they received from a property management company hired by the city. The property-management company had installed barbed-wire fences and concrete speed bumps, and armed guards roamed the grounds. The report indicates the city has been trying to move residents out of the community since 2003 so the site could be converted into a public park overlooking the bay. Residents have no problem with leaving, but said they are entitled to far more than the $4,000 to $8,000 the city offered for relocation costs. So they sued, asking for an amount in the range of $50 million.