Friday, April 07, 2006

CityLink Appeals Zoning

Breaking news from the Brian Tome Blog:

From: CityLink
Sent: Friday, April 07, 2006 4:51 PM

Subject: CityLink Center Announcement

Today we are sending out an announcement about CityLink Center that the Board decided to file an appeal of the Zoning Board of Appeal’s February decision on the 800 Bank Street property.

At this time, the 800 Bank Street property continues to be the only property we have identified that fits our criteria. In addition, we believe that our campus of services legally fits within the zoning. Therefore, we believe the most prudent course of action at this time is to pursue an appeal for the property we already own. However, we remain open to many new ideas and even other locations, but we were required to have a final decision about the appeal by April 13th.

If you would like to discuss our decision or the development of CityLink further, please feel free to contact us so we can arrange to meet at your convenience. Unfortunately I will personally be out of the country leading a mission trip to South Africa until April 22, but would personally be happy to talk with you when I return. If you would like to speak with someone before that time, feel free to respond to this e-mail and others on our team will be in touch.

Thanks –
Tim Senff & the rest of the CityLink Center Board


If you read the zoning code, CityLink doesn't have a legal leg to stand on. The only reason that they are appealing is to play out all their options and buy more time. The truth of the matter is they bought a property for $1.4 million that they can't use. That is quite a pickle.

Here is a blog entry from a young UC law student named Chris Feldhaus. He examined the zoning issues in depth. Check it out.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

CityLink doesn't have much of a case, but they don't have any other options either.

7:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This CityLink business is ridiculous & will only serve one purpose - to increase the riches of the crooks behind the effort.

There's plenty of programs, group homes & shelters in this City for these people. You see & hear them every December at the City's Budget hearings begging for more taxpayer dollars. Are they serving the people they claim they are helping? Probably not. The City money pays the salaries of the people who claim to be running these so-called programs.

With Butler County opening up jail space for Semper Si's slugs, CityLink doesn't have a case.

9:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

CityClink must stay any recoup their investment. Dale Mallory's sell out of his neighbors, his frivolous lawsuit costs, his mailing costs to get his daddy's house seat.....ALL COST mucho CitiClinko dinero....capish?

6:32 AM  
Anonymous Dale 4 Sale said...

Like the Reds every September, CityLink is playing out the string.

7:41 AM  
Anonymous nate livingston said...

CityLink is a, uh, a....

Aw, who am I kidding. I don't care about issues. I hate White people.

9:42 AM  

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