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After 10 hours of mediation and executive session, no public update in city's lawsuit against The Oread hotel

City of Lawrence leaders and attorneys spent all day Monday in court-ordered mediation for the lawsuit filed by the city against developers of The Oread hotel.

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City leaders to take part in second court-ordered mediation Monday for lawsuit against Oread hotel

The second court-ordered mediation in a lawsuit filed by the City of Lawrence against developers of The Oread hotel will take place Monday.

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Alvamar Country Club changes name to Jayhawk Club; deal struck with KU

In a unique licensing and branding allowance by the University of Kansas, Lawrence’s Alvamar Country Club is now called the Jayhawk Club with a Jayhawk-emblazoned logo to match. KU on Monday announced the licensing agreement between the university and club ownership, an LLC headed by Lawrence developer Thomas Fritzel and his family, who also developed Rock Chalk Park.

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City of Lawrence lawsuit against Thomas Fritzel, Oread Inn

The City of Lawrence is taking legal action against the developers of The Oread hotel, alleging that they conspired in a “fraudulent scheme” to obtain inflated tax rebates from the city.

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