Preliminary injunction against Atwood...

Preliminary injunction against Atwood denied

There are 5 comments on the Carrollton Free Press Standard story from Dec 21, 2012, titled Preliminary injunction against Atwood denied. In it, Carrollton Free Press Standard reports that:

Acting Judge Lewis Linton has denied a preliminary injunction that would have closed down Atwood Resort and Golf Club.

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Dover, OH

#1 Dec 21, 2012
I doubt that Mr. and Mrs. Warner are successful at all in closing Atwood Lodge....but if for some reason that would happen....I believe the people of Carroll County should encourage family members, business associates, etc. from ever staying at the Days Inn. Don't they see they will do more harm than good with this frivolous lawsuit? Greed, Mr. and Mrs. Warner! The oil and gas boom won't be here forever!

Corona, NY

#2 Dec 22, 2012
Warners should have left this alone. They shut the lodge down, it is going to be a huge eyesore again. No one taking care of the property. The property value of the homes in area will go down thanks to the unkept land. I absolutely hated going by there after it closed. Beautiful land looked like crap. I hope Days Inn goes out of business and everyone involved loses their last dime! That is what you are going to do to all the people who just got a job there. I'm sure they don't get paid much but they are jobs. People depending on them. It's not like there are too many other places you can get a job around here. Hey, I have a great idea. How about the Warner's pay these people a salary for a year or two so they can find a new job. I don't think any would want to put their app. in at the Days Inn. Oh there wouldn't be enough positions there to hire them because it is not the same type of facility. I don't work there, I just think it is a sad and pathetic situation.

Butler, OH

#3 Dec 22, 2012 is not about shutting the lodge down. It is about the commissioners owning the lodge and using county money. If its against the law, it's against the law. No matter how many jobs it creates.

New York, NY

#4 Dec 23, 2012
It WON'T be county money if they shut it down. The oil money will go back to MWCD.

Marion, OH

#5 Dec 24, 2012
the warners just want to make money,they dont care about people loosing jobs. dont stay at days inn

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