Coffey Park residents are lining up to try and claim their share of Santa Rosa’s $92 million payout from PG&E. The Press Democrat reports that the neighborhood group Coffey Strong held an impromptu meeting on Sunday discussing where they would like to see the money go. Everything from street repair to removal of dead trees were discussed as residents of Coffey Park continue to recover from the Tubbs Fire in 2017 which destroyed over 1,400 homes in the neighborhood. Councilman Chris Rogers says the city will be holding meetings in the near future to discuss how to spend the $92 million settlement from PG&E encouraging Coffey Park residents to speak up. Councilman Rogers also said the money from the settlement could come as early as July.