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Warrenville asks Dist. 203 to drop lawsuit

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The city of Warrenville has asked Naperville Unit District 203 to drop its long-running lawsuit seeking a greater share of tax revenues from Cantera development. Above are businesses at the Cantera Commons in Warrenville.

Daniel White | Staff Photographer

The city of Warrenville has asked Naperville Unit District 203 to drop its long-running lawsuit seeking a greater share of tax revenues from Cantera development. Above is the Super Target at the Cantera Commons in Warrenville.

Daniel White | Staff Photographer

The City of Warrenville has asked Naperville Unit District 203 to drop its long-running lawsuit seeking a greater share of tax revenues from Cantera development.

Daniel White | Staff Photographer

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Eight years and $803,000 later, Warrenville officials have had enough. Tuesday night they took their message to the Naperville school district that has been suing them for nearly eight years. "We didn't come here tonight to poke them in the eye. We came here tonight to ask them to take a closer look at whether this suit is a good use of taxpayer dollars," Warrenville Mayor David Brummel said.
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    • The city of Warrenville has asked Naperville Unit District 203 to drop its long-running lawsuit seeking a greater share of tax revenues from Cantera development. Above are businesses at the Cantera Commons in Warrenville.
    •  The city of Warrenville has asked Naperville Unit District 203 to drop its long-running lawsuit seeking a greater share of tax revenues from Cantera development. Above is the Super Target at the Cantera Commons in Warrenville.
    •  The City of Warrenville has asked Naperville Unit District 203 to drop its long-running lawsuit seeking a greater share of tax revenues from Cantera development.
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