Wed. 8:10 p.m.: Owner of recovery house asks judge to dismiss suit
WARREN – The company Warren Township is suing to close a recovery house at 4015 Leavitt Drive filed a motion to dismiss the case, claiming state and federal housing protections negate the township’s desire to close the house, according to court documents.
“Unfortunately for the plaintiffs, the law does not support their claims and, actually, federal disability law prohibits the plaintiffs from enforcing their laws as they desire,” states the motion filed in Trumbull County Common Pleas Court by Patrick Wilson, the attorney representing FSSH Holdings II, known as FSR Parkman.
The company operates the home and a 16-bed detoxification and addiction treatment center at 4930 Enterprise Drive. The people live in the recovery house, but spend most of the day in treatment programs at the Enterprise Drive location. They do not receive treatment at the house.
Read more in Thursday’s Tribune Chronicle.