Oberlin pays OFCC's legal fees

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Re: Oberlin pays OFCC's legal fees

Postby sd790 » Mon Jun 11, 2018 9:11 pm

techmike wrote:In a rational world...

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Re: Oberlin pays OFCC's legal fees

Postby Mr. Glock » Mon Jun 11, 2018 9:29 pm

techmike wrote:In a rational world, one could have a reasonable expectation that the outcome of this case and payment of reasonable legal costs to OFCC would give pause to other Ohio cities that are considering violations of ORC 9.68. Columbus and Cincinnati please take note.


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Re: Oberlin pays OFCC's legal fees

Postby JediSkipdogg » Tue Jun 12, 2018 5:59 am

techmike wrote:In a rational world, one could have a reasonable expectation that the outcome of this case and payment of reasonable legal costs to OFCC would give pause to other Ohio cities that are considering violations of ORC 9.68. Columbus and Cincinnati please take note.


Oberlin was just stupid. Cleveland is just stupid. Cincinnati and Columbus are playing tough with words and how they are defined. It's a slippery slope for both sides on that one and could be another drawn out 5 year court case.
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