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Lawsuit Dropped Against VHCA Board Member

May 16, 2001

As previously reported, VHCA Board Member and Planning Committee co-Chair Winnie Currie was sued in December 1999 in Fulton County Superior Court by various owners of The Dark Horse Tavern, Neighbor’s Pub and the Urban Market, including Douglas F. Landau. The lawsuit claimed that Ms. Currie made “false and disparaging statements about Mr. Landau and/or…

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Good news! re: 830 Ponce

February 2, 2001

In the bond hearing on Friday, January 26, Judge Long ruled in the Virginia-Highland Civic Association’s (VHCA) favor concerning the development of the property at 830 Ponce de Leon. After statements from both parties and testimony from the developer, she ruled that she would NOT require the VHCA to post a bond while there is…

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Great news for the neighborhood–and our trees!

August 23, 2000

The Ga. Supreme Court accepted the Virginia-Highland Civic Association’s appeal concerning the removal of trees on the property on Ponce de Leon and Freedom Parkway. The court issued a stay pending the resolution of the appeal! That appeal could last about a year. This issuance is a great interim victory and means no activity can…

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Local Business Owner Files Lawsuit Against VHCA Board Member

May 10, 2000

A lawsuit has been filed by INTOWN RESTAURANT CORP. d/b/a THE DARK HORSE TAVERN, VIRGINIA HIGHLANDS ASSOCIATES, INC. d/b/a NEIGHBOR’S PUB, URBAN MARKET, INC. and DOUGLAS F. LANDAU against VHCA board member WINNIE CURRIE. A copy of the lawsuit is available for review. The VHCA board of directors met to discuss this matter and is…

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