South Annville Class Action Denied



Citizens of South Annville sought an injunction for the township's plan to borrow more than $5.5 million to pay for its sewer project. The amount exceeds 250% of the township's borrowing base. The case alleged the excessive amount was prohibited by state law and therefore illegal. County Judge Samuel Kline threw out a class action because the plaintiff's lawyer failed to properly serve court papers to the township, mistakenly sued the wrong governmental entity, and filed the lawsuit in the wrong court. (Jul-13-05) [PENN LIVE]


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