Developer, Boise County can’t reach agreement

An attorney for the developer of a proposed treatment center for troubled teens who won a $4 million judgment against Boise County after officials torpedoed the project says the two sides haven’t been able reach an agreement after the county appealed the federal jury’s decision.

Wade Woodard tells the Idaho Statesman that development firm Oaas-Laney is intent on collecting its judgment from the county.

The jury in December found that Boise County had violated the Fair Housing Act when officials undermined the proposed plan to build a 72-bed private residential treatment facility and private school.


About Bob Voelker

Vice President and General Counsel, StreetLights Residential - Building Places that Life the Human Spirit.
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