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The Ohio Supreme Court rules in favor of the citizens of South Euclid!

posted Sep 10, 2011, 9:18 AM by CFO Info   [ updated Sep 10, 2011, 9:45 AM ]
We thank the Ohio Supreme Court for affirming the precious right of citizens to vote!

Despite the best efforts of Mitchell Schneider and his corporation, First Interstate , the rule of law stills reigns supreme in South Euclid.

South Euclid citizens will be able to vote in November and decide for themselves whether or not to let First Interstate put big box retail on Oakwood.

None of the 3 protests lodged by Mitchell Schneider’s corporation were found to be legitimate or legal.
The Supreme Court decided that the South Euclid residents who are members of Citizens for Oakwood:

1.       Gave the copy of the ordinance to the RIGHT person.
2.       Had a PROPERLY certified copy of the ordinance.
3.       Have the RIGHT to bring a referendum against an emergency ordinance.

The Ohio Supreme Court  ruled in their decision that “costs are assessed to respondents”.  This means South Euclid will have to pay for the legal fees involved in this frivolous and disrespectful lawsuit.

Do you think South Euclid taxpayers or Mitchell Schneider and his corporation should have to pay for a lawsuit instigated for the personal benefit of Mitchell Schneider and his corporation?

WE DON'T THINK THE SOUTH EUCLID TAXPAYERS SHOULD BE BURDENED WITH THE FEES INCURRED TRYING TO SUPPRESS THEIR RIGHT TO VOTE.

We hope you will let First Interstate and South Euclid City Hall know how your feel.
 
Although Mitchell Schneider and FISE wasted your money with a disrespectful and frivolous lawsuit, we will treat your donation  for the referendum campaign with the respect it deserves.
 

And, we love you even more than we love your money!!

Please respond to this email and let us know how you will help us with this important campaign.

Thank you.
 
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Read on: Patch article
Documents from Ohio Supreme Court website.
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