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South Carolina Supreme Court will hear lawsuit on North Augusta's Project Jackson development

...the state's Tax Increment Financing law when it approved an ordinance to fund the development.After S.C. Circuit Court Judge Ernest Kinard ruled in favor of the city, Donohue filed an appeal with the state appellate court in October. The...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/latest-news/2014-11-24/south-carolina-supreme-court
North Augusta asks state Supreme Court to take up Project Jackson case

...development. He contested whether the development area is blighted, a requirement for a TIF district.After a trial, Circuit Court Judge Ernest Kinard ruled in favor of North Augusta on Aug. 20, a decision Donohue later asked the judge to reconsider...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/government/2014-10-21/north-augusta-asks-state
North Augusta homeowner appeals Project Jackson ruling

...an appeal but that court papers were likely in the mail.After hearing trial arguments in July, South Carolina Circuit Court Judge Ernest Kinard ruled in mid-August that North Augusta followed the TIF statute during public hearings and other...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/latest-news/2014-10-17/north-augusta-homeowner-appe
Hearing Friday in Charleston for man charged in 2011 fatal police shooting

...Friday at the Charleston County courthouse.Stephon Morrell Carter's trial has been assigned to South Carolina Circuit Court Judge Clifton Newman. The hearing is being heard in Charleston to accommodate the judge's schedule, and the trial...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/crime-courts/2014-10-28/hearing-friday-charles
North Augusta man asks judge to reconsider Project Jackson ruling

...Augusta homeowner who filed a lawsuit challenging Project Jackson, filed a motion Sept. 2 in Aiken County asking Circuit Court Judge Ernest Kinard to rule again. Donohue said the city presented evidence in court that did not prove blight or declining...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/latest-news/2014-09-12/north-augusta-man-asks-judge
Judge rules North Augusta didn't have to prove new findings of blight for Project Jackson

...according to the judge who ruled in favor of the city in a lawsuit challenging Project Jackson.South Carolina Circuit Court Judge Ernest Kinard ruled that plaintiff Stephen Donohue, who sued the city in December, erred in his claims that North...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/latest-news/2014-08-20/judge-rules-north-augusta-di
South Carolina Circuit Court judge rules in favor of Project Jackson in North Augusta

North Augusta's Project Jackson is moving forward.South Carolina Circuit Court Judge Ernest Kinard ruled in favor of the city in a lawsuit challenging a riverfront development that includes a new baseball stadium...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/government/2014-08-19/south-carolina-circuit-c
No ruling on North Augusta's Project Jackson trial; Plaintiff Stephen Donohue failed to submit proposed order

...Augusta home owner Stephen Donohue, did not submit his proposed order, according to Kyle Tennis, the law clerk for Circuit Court Judge Ernest Kinard.North Augusta's attorney, Belton Zeigler, filed the proposed order the judge requested to make...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/latest-news/2014-07-24/no-ruling-north-augustas-pro
Project Jackson trial rescheduled while decision made on evidence city can use

...can use in court.During a hearing Thursday in Aiken County, an attorney for North Augusta told South Carolina Circuit Court Judge Ernest Kinard that the plaintiff, Steve Donohue, cannot rightfully seek to limit the evidence to documents used...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/latest-news/2014-06-26/project-jackson-trial-resche
Nontraditional independent republican candidate Tom Ervin looks to shake up South Carolina's gubernatorial race

...300 sales tax cap on vehicles, boats and planes.Haley has discounted Ervin, a former prosecutor and 14-year circuit court judge, as just another Democratic trial lawyer. The party label refers to Ervin's two terms in the House as a Democrat...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/government/elections/2014-09-06/nontraditional