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Egg Harbor condemns disputed land

One day in court ended and another awaits regarding approximately 400 square feet in Egg Harbor. Last week, Judge David Weber ruled the Village of Egg Harbor could condemn a small sliver of land near County G so it could connect pedestrians on Highway 42 to its popular beach area. Portions of the Highway G project started earlier this year. The owners of the land, the Shipwrecked Brewpub, fought against the village purchasing the property to protect it for possible future use. Village administrator Ryan Heise says they will soon be heading back to court on a related issue. The village is being charged with not answering their injunction request regarding the condemnation of the land in a timely fashion. Heise believes case law is in their favor.

Briefs are expected to be filed shortly before the oral ruling scheduled for January 5th. Heise says if the village were to lose that case, he is not sure what that would mean moving forward since the judge ruled they could condemn the land.

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