City attempts to settle suits
by Eric Snyder --
Sep 14, 2005 | 0 0 comments | 1 1 recommendations | email to a friend | print
After meeting in executive session twice last week, the Cadiz City Council appears to be approaching a settlement with Headley Bluff and its lawyer, Logan Askew, who is also representing the plaintiffs in the class-action lawsuit against the city.

However, a plaintiff in that class-action suit said he was not fully briefed on the terms of the agreement, and may not be withdrawing his suit.

A draft of 13 terms, which, if met, would “settle all pending litigation in the Kentucky Court of Appeals, the Trigg Circuit Court and Trigg District Court regarding annexation and tax claims pertaining to Apache Heights, Cherokee Hills and Wyandot Village” was read after a called special meeting of the council Thursday exited from executive session.

Though the agreement has not yet been signed by Askew or City Attorney Jamus Redd, Redd called it on Monday a “general oral agreement.”

For the rest of this story, please see this week's edition of The Cadiz Record.
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