By CRAIG MURPHY
Of the Keizertimes
A potential appeal earlier this year was settled by, of all things, sidewalks.
Don’t expect concrete to solve lingering issues a second time.
Last week Jack Yarbrough, owner of three pieces of land in Keizer Station, filed paperwork of his intent to appeal a land use decision in Area C involving Chuck Sides and E Village, LLC.
Yarbrough stated he doesn’t plan on making a deal with the controversial developer.
John Storkel, a Salem attorney, filed the paperwork dated April 8 on behalf of Yarbrough, who has some unpleasant history with Sides.
Yarbrough said Tuesday he used Storkel to “get the ball rolling” but expects to retain a Portland attorney by the end of next week more versed with land use law to push forward with the appeal.
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