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Deadlines set by Mayor Greg Fischer’s administration and its developer have come and gone. City officials quietly amended their agreement with Marian for a second time this summer, giving the company until the end of the year to decide if it wants to pursue the project.
While some are posting yard signs against the project, GLI is giving it plenty of support.
The attorney for six people living near Oxmoor Center plans to claim a Jefferson Circuit Court judge erred in her June ruling in favor of Topgolf.
The 2017 law lets the winning side in local planning and zoning lawsuits request that losing parties post a bond up to $250,000 if they want to appeal the case further. Critics say that requirement is unconstitutional.
Hurstbourne residents sued over the Metro government approvals for Topgolf at Oxmoor Center, the golf-and-entertainment company's first project proposed for Kentucky.
An attorney claims the companies that applied for Metro government approvals for the Oxmoor golf-and-entertainment project were ‘illegal and non-existent’