Bob McCaffrey, a member of Rio Mesa Holdings LLC, stands next to the San Joaquin River in 2007 during the early stages of his fight to ensure that his development would have access to the river. On Tuesday, March 15, 2016, a Fresno jury awarded $25 million to Rio Mesa, saying that a national title company failed to protect the development’s access to the river after other property owners in the area claimed they had a right to block the access.
Bob McCaffrey, a member of Rio Mesa Holdings LLC, stands next to the San Joaquin River in 2007 during the early stages of his fight to ensure that his development would have access to the river. On Tuesday, March 15, 2016, a Fresno jury awarded $25 million to Rio Mesa, saying that a national title company failed to protect the development’s access to the river after other property owners in the area claimed they had a right to block the access. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee file
Bob McCaffrey, a member of Rio Mesa Holdings LLC, stands next to the San Joaquin River in 2007 during the early stages of his fight to ensure that his development would have access to the river. On Tuesday, March 15, 2016, a Fresno jury awarded $25 million to Rio Mesa, saying that a national title company failed to protect the development’s access to the river after other property owners in the area claimed they had a right to block the access. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee file

Rio Mesa developer wins $25 million judgment in San Joaquin River case

March 21, 2016 04:35 PM