Durham County has a date in court today, with Southern Durham Development Inc. and Judge Howard Manning.
Southern Durham's is one of two actions filed against the county regarding the Jordan Lake watershed boundary near N.C. 751. The company, which has plans to build a subdivision in that area, contends among other things that the county has improperly impeded its progress.
The county has moved for dismissal; Southern Durham is asking a summary judgment.
The hearing starts at 2:30 p.m. in the Grand Jury Room, sixth floor, County Judicial Building.
In the other action, filed last Friday, four landowners are seeking a ruling to deny approval of a county rezoning request that would move Southern Durham's property outside the critical watershed zone. If successful, their suit would block the planned development.