HARRISONBURG, Va. (WHSV) -- Both sides in the lawsuit regarding the new Harrisonburg City Hall construction were in court Tuesday.
City attorney Chris Brown said the building area is approved for public use, so a planning commission hearing is not needed; however the complainants' lawyer, Tom Domonoske disagrees.
"Either the judge will say that it is not a feature shown on the comprehensive plan, consequently, a hearing must be held in front of planning commission. Or the judge will say it is a feature shown on the comprehensive plan, and then no planning commission hearing would be necessary," said Domonoske.
Brown cannot comment about ongoing litigation and the judge will make a ruling within 10 days.
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