The municipality's decades-old Rainbow Park expropriation lawsuit isn't over.
Though a B.C. Supreme Court judge ordered the municipality to pay $1.5 million to the Saxton family last month for the land, that ruling is now being appealed.
The municipality confirmed this morning that Rainbow Country Estates filed a notice of appeal.
Twenty-five years ago the municipality expropriated 108 acres of land owned by the Saxton family, paying them $367,000.
The two sides fought in court for years over the value of that land.
In the end the B.C. Supreme Court ruled that land was worth $1.3 million.
That wasn't the end of the matter though as more court battles ensued over interest.
Stay tuned to the Pique for more on the story.
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