Attorneys representing Farmington Schools and residents Eugene Greenstein and Melvin Sternfeld will be back in court Wednesday morning, over the controversial sale of Eagle Elementary School to the Islamic Cultural Association.
Greenstein and Sternfeld to review the case, after , ruling the two did not demonstrate they would be harmed by sale of the closed building.
that retired FPS director of operational services Cheryl Cannon misled Sternfeld when she said that Eagle was not for sale and represented the building as scheduled for demolition, even after the ICA offer. The plaintiffs claimed they would be negatively affected because they live near the property, and that Sternfeld, a real estate broker, had an interest because stopping the sale would allow him and his clients to bid on the project.
A year ago, Farmington Schools officials affirming their position that they followed their procedures in the sale of the property.