Attorneys & Professionals
Joe Miller, a partner in the litigation group in the Vorys Columbus office, was quoted in a Delaware Gazette story titled “Harpers Pointe can move forward in Powell.” The story was about a recent Ohio Supreme Court decision to deny a writ of mandamus and compel the city of Powell to place a referendum on the ballot to allow voters to decide whether or not to let a developer move forward with the construction of a subdivision named Harper’s Pointe.
The story states:
“‘This is good for the citizens of Powell,’ said Joseph Miller, attorney with Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP representing Arlington Homes.
‘If Mr. Ebersole were ever to refile, the only losers will be the taxpayers of Powell,’ Miller said. ‘We believe the proposed development of the Powder Room is a great thing for the City of Powell.’
Len Pivar, owner of Arlington Homes, said he lives in Powell and wants to do something nice for the community. He said his plans are to build small homes costing $400,000 for empty nesters looking to downsize.”
To read the entire story, visit the Delaware Gazette website.