Clipped From The Record-Argus
PROPERTY OWNERS SEEK INJUNCTION Would Restrain Use Sharon Parking Lot of i A Sharon couple has filed a suit in equity in Mercer court asking • for a preliminary injunction re- i straining the parking authority ! of the city of Sharon from using I the Silver Street parking lot until barriers have been erected to protect protect an apartment building from further damage. Nathan and Edna Lavine, of 98 North Oakland Avenue, Sharon, claim their two-story brick apartment apartment building has been damaged by cars using the city-owned parking parking lot. The apartment building is located located in Shenango Avenue, along the north line of the parking lot. The couple alleges that the city encroached upon their land, paving paving a portion of the Lavine property property between the north line of the parking lot and the south wall of the building. The Lavines say they have repeatedly repeatedly notified the parking authority authority of the need for barriers to prevent automobiles from "entering "entering and trespassing, striking and hitting the building." The city has failed and refused to remedy remedy the situation, say the plaintiffs, plaintiffs, who ask $250 for damages already incurred. The parking authority has been ordered to show cause why the preliminary preliminary injunction should not be imposed. Date for the hearing has been set for Nov. 30 at 1.0 a. m.