Wouldn’t you have thought that the City Council would have made certain that its employees could drive a vehicle into the Vulcan Lakes property when it cut the deal with Vulcan Materials?
Did you assume that the road between the Harris Bank and Crystal Lake Tire and Battery would be the way in and out of the property?
Crystal Lake does not own the road.
At the entrance, it owns less that half of the road.
At the back of the lot, the city owns only a tiny part.
And, guess what?
A man has contracted to purchase that part of the road, plus the rest of the lot, from Vulcan Materials. So, the city will have to pay his price to get into the Vulcan Lakes property…or condemn the property.