Click the button above to review Appeals Court Case, # C-16-792. Motions are to be filed in January 2017. "Necessity, Not Desire" "Political Favors and Collusion?"
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Madeira Memoirs, 50 Years, 1970 - 2020
Click the button above to review all of the NEW motions and filings in the case of Oppenheimer V. Madeira. Next court date, September 20th. Oppenheimer set to file new Lawsuit, if effort is put forth to sell Historic District Property.
Click the button above to review, City council members have instructed Attorneys, Goodin and Fox, file new motion, question is, who are the two Lawyers really representing, Thomas Powers, or the City of Madeira. Conflict of interest?
Click the button above to view . Tepe letter number two, tale of two appraisals, one low, one high. (Having trouble viewing this button, reopen in your browser)
Click the button above to learn about the unprecedented, and still unexplained 99 year agreement in 1996, when the city of Madeira built a parking lot in the Madeira Historic District, for Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schneider. The Schneider's own the building on the corner of Miami and Laurel Ave. leased to A Tavola restaurant. Six council members voted for this agreement in 1996.
Click the button above to read the Madeira Christmas Story, a story about the Madeira Nativity Display.
Click the button above to review all of the motions and filings in the case of Oppenheimer V. Madeira.
Click the button above to view Historic District documents. Opinion and summary regarding the Powers restaurant proposal and the request for an estimated Madeira tax payer contribution exceeding an estimated $600,000.00.
Click the button above to view the letter by James Tepe. New allegations of collusion and political favors. (Having trouble viewing this button, reopen in your browser.)
Click the button above to read response to comments, from Mayor Adrien, printed in 10/22/16 Enquirer, Trial transcripts, and letter authored by James Tepe, describing 10/17/2016 Planning Commission meeting.
Click the button above to read my memories of serving in 1973, with Mayor Dan McDonald