Landlords of several Bakersfield businesses along Truxtun Extension file lawsuit
Attorney: Closure damages property values
Last Updated: 258 days ago
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - The landlords of the property that Moo Creamery and several other companies inhabit along Truxtun Extension have filed a lawsuit.
Truxtun Court Partners and Ching and Shu Young have filed a lawsuit against the City of Bakersfield, after construction crews sealed off the driveway to the shopping center.
The driveway closure is to make room for new lanes to handle the extra traffic from the Westside Parkway.
An attorney for the group told the Bakersfield Californian that the road closure damages their property values.
Moo Creamery has made this comment on their Facebook page, to make it clear that the business itself isn't the one filing the lawsuit:
"There are news reports about a lawsuit from the Bynums...I just want it to be clear that Moo Creamery is NOT suing anyone. We are keeping a positive attitude and will make the necessary adjustments to succeed at our current location!"
Read full lawsuit here - http://media.turnto23.com/pdf/2013/March/Lawsuit.pdf
The Facebook page also had a post regarding how their customers can enter the lot and continue to show support to the business:
"All traffic must take commercial way to Commerce Drive! Commerce Drive will loop around, past Healthsouth and lead you to the moo parking lot. We hope to see you soon. Thank you all so much for your continued support! We are so thankful to have so many amazing customers!"
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