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Nebraska Supreme Court rules in Norfolk case

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(KTIV/US92) - The Nebraska Supreme Court has sided with the City of Norfolk in a dispute with property owners that wanted to fix up a four-plex they own.

The Rodehorst Brothers were denied A permit to do some work the building in 2011. That's because it didn't conform with the neighborhood's zoning.    
   
The brothers tried to get a break with the zoning, but were denied.

They took their fight all the way to the supreme court.

The Court upheld the lower courts decision.

They say the Rodehorsts had not shown any evidence that they'd made attempts to fill the empty units, so the city could deny them the building permit.


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