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No Pending Appeal Means No Stay (access required)

A Richmond Circuit Court grants the city’s motion to enforce this court’s 2000 decision that defendant’s highway sign is illegal, as defendant owner has not demonstrated he is entitled to a stay because of a pending administrative appeal. Here, following the court’s 2000 ruling upholding the zoning board’s determination that defendants’ highway sign is illegal, defendants ...

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