Temporary injunction is granted by judge on sale of Clarissa school
by Karin L. Nauber
The decision on whether or not to grant a temporary injunction to halt the sale of the Clarissa school building was made on Friday, February 9 by the Honorable Judge Daniel Benson.
The city of Clarissa had requested the temporary injunction after the Browerville School District—who owns the Clarissa property—made the sale to a private individual, Barry Bauer for $1 which the city is arguing against.
The city’s stance is that the property cannot be sold to a private individual for nominal consideration. In other words, it can’t be sold for $1.
The court trial for the decision will be on March 29 at 9 a.m. with a pre-trial date set for March 15 at 2:30 p.m.
A court trial means that the judge will hear all of the evidence and then he will make a decision.