The owner of land near the Fallen Timbers shopping center project in Maumee yesterday filed a lawsuit in Lucas County Common Pleas Court to stop a new site plan that recently was approved for the project.
Isaac Land Investments, which owns and plans to develop 310 acres next to the Fallen Timbers center, said changes in the revised site plan were unlawful and asked that the plan be reversed, set aside, or vacated.
The approval came on Oct. 24 to accept a site plan that turns Jerome Road into a cul-de-sac, removing an intersection with Russell Road. The change was designed to eliminate mall traffic on Jerome.
However, Isaac Land Investment claims the plans would hinder its ability to develop land near the project.
The lawsuit was assigned to Judge Thomas Osowik.
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