Peoria to pay $356,000 in gift clause case

Amount stems from Goldwater Institute lawsuit

Posted 6/21/21

The city of Peoria will have to pay about $356,000 in attorney and associated fees as a result of the Arizona Supreme Court’s judgment on a case stating the city violated the gift clause in giving Huntington University and its landlord incentives to locate in the P83 Entertainment District.

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