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Legacy Lofts was a million development that aimed to make the century-old Norwood Baptist Church the centerpiece of a 112-unit condo community. As WCPO has previously reported, the project faltered when developer Scott Call was unable to secure financing. He left town without refunding about ,000 in deposits paid by would-be condo buyers. An expert on Ohio condominium law, attorney Jim Matre said the deposits should have been held in escrow. But Matre also said it will be difficult for individual depositors to collect refunds if they pursue lawsuits on their own. Video Rating: / 5
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.The goal of the Attorney General’s Safe Neighborhoods Initiative is to target offenders with a history of gun violence, work with them to prevent future violent crime, and lead them to resources that will assist them in breaking the crime cycle. It’s an effort that requires a passionate commitment from a number of community leaders, including those in churches, victim groups, law enforcement, and government.
The Ohio Attorney General, Mike DeWine, is suing Precourt Sports Ventures and Major League Soccer to force the club to stay in Ohio.
As we discussed in a previous video (https://youtu.be/ABQJ79RpjcY), Ohio wrote a law in 1996 that forces professional sports teams that accept tax benefits from the state to give a 6 month notice that they intend to move. During those 6 months they have to offer the team for sale to the city, a local individual, or local group of individuals for a “reasonable” price.
The law was written after the Browns moved to Baltimore to become the Ravens in 1996. Ohio said never again!
Now that MLS and Anthony Precourt have shown zero faith in wanting to keep the team in Columbus (they are being the #MLSinATX movement), Ohio has moved to sue to keep the team in Columbus.
Is this just politics? Mike DeWine is running for governor, after all. Or a strategic plow to slow down the team moving and forcing MLS and Precourt Sports Ventures to sell the team to someone that will keep the team in Columbus?
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