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Park Place: Dispute may go to court

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By Bob Burns | The Fountain Hills Times

It now appears as though a judge may make a determination regarding development fees the town says is owed for the Park Place project on Avenue of the Fountains.

N-Shea Group and its principal, Bart Shea, have filed for a temporary restraining order to prevent the town from shutting down construction for $453,611 in unpaid development fees.

Town Manager Grady Miller sent a letter to Shea dated Aug. 23, asking for $250,000 against what the town says it is owed. In his letter, Miller set Thursday, Sept. 7, as the day the town would stop construction if the funds are not paid immediately. Miller said he would continue to seek compliance up until that date.


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