Mabrys file second answer to city complaint

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By Rich Bauer, Managing Editor

The couple operating a restaurant on Vandalia Lake has filed its second answer to a city complaint aimed at shutting them down.
David Cates, the attorney for Steve and Latisha Mabry, filed in Fayette County Circuit Court last Friday a response to the complaint filed by the city at the end of June.
In its complaint, the city contends that in a 1988 ordinance, a Highland couple agreed to subject the property now owned by the Mabrys to residential zoning. In exchange, the city allowed James and Ann Hediger to have a boat dock at that location.

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