Judge rules in favor of Signature Properties over construction of Neal Elementary
Original post made on Jun 10, 2008
The ruling was released late today, and effectively makes an amended cooperative fee agreement signed seven years ago by the two feuding parties illegal and void, removing any obligation for the private developer to build the city's 10th elementary school in the Vineyard Corridor, to be named Neal Elementary School.
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