Ohio Supreme Court Opinion Rejecting District's Restriction on Future Use of Surplus Facility As School
This is the June 2012 Supreme Court of Ohio decision and opinion that a public school district selling a vacant school building cannot block use of the property for another school because the restriction is contrary to the public policy of the state. The case involved the Cincinnati City School District and buyers who planned to open a charter school at the site, according to a case summary on the court’s website.
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