City to ask for court ruling on zoning; council will take public vote Monday
By Rich Bauer, Managing Editor
Wednesday, June 19, 2013 at 12:36 pm
The city of Vandalia decided on Monday to have a judge decide whether a couple can legally operate a restaurant on Vandalia Lake.
Now, the city council will meet in special session to make sure that decision is legal.
After the council met in closed session for more than 30 minutes to discuss several issues, Mayor Rick Gottman had Don Sheafor of the city’s legal counsel report the council’s decision regarding the controversy over Steve “Luke” and Latisha Mabry’s plan for a restaurant on the city lake.
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