When Frisco Made Deal To Close Exide Plant, Was City Focused On Health, Safety Or Land?

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The answer will determine whether the civil suit Exide filed in federal court against the city can proceed.

Attorneys presented arguments Thursday on the city's motion to dismiss the suit in federal court in Plano. Magistrate Judge Kimberly Priest Johnson said she would rule later.

If Frisco was performing its government functions such as those related to residents' health and safety, it would have immunity from the suit. If the agreement was part of a real estate transaction, the city would not be protected.

Read more: https://www.dallasnews.com/news/frisco/2017/10/12/frisco-made-deal-close-exide-plant-city-focused-health-safety-land

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Source : https://www.democraticunderground.com/107836821



When Frisco made deal to close Exide plant, was city focused on health, safety or land?
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