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Paradise Valley appeals decision in lawsuit against county
Nudist resort lawsuit
Dawson County-based nudist resort Paradise Valley Resort Club has appealed the decision in its lawsuit against county officials, citing that trial court Senior Judge Richard Winegarden erred in upholding five stop work orders on the resort’s forthcoming construction and renovation projects. - photo by Julia Hansen
A local clothing-optional resort has now filed an appeal in a lawsuit involving Dawson County’s stop work orders on five of its different projects. Lawyer Joseph “Joey” Homans filed a June 17 appeal brief for his client, Paradise Valley Resort Club, in Georgia’s Court of Appeals. Since this is a pending case, both Homans and the county’s law firm, Jarrard and Davis, declined to comment.