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The lawsuit also asked the court to appoint someone to oversee the work at the owners’ cost and fine the owners $100 a day “for each and every day of such continuing violations.”
Yurick filed for the dismissal on Tuesday when a pretrial hearing was scheduled. He said the city was simply seeking compliance with city code.
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On Wednesday, Nate Alexander said the lawsuit was dropped after he worked with Lebanon City Manager Scott Brunka.
“We worked with Scott Brunka to comply with the city’s request for the building,” Alexander said in a text message.
In addition to boards on the broken windows, signs on the building advertised Stryker Construction, the contractor the Alexanders uses to build new stores in their retail chain, as well as ARC, the family’s staffing business.
The first phase is to begin once building permits are issued, Alexander said.