Thursday, November 15, 2012 at 5:00 am (Updated: November 15, 5:03 am)
HILLVIEW — After motions made by the city of Hillview were struck down, the $11.4 million settlement in favor of a local truck driving training center is now headed to the state Court of Appeals.
No court dates have been set. Cases sent to the state Court of Appeals may not be heard for at least a year.
In August, a jury ruled that the city of Hillview should pay $11.4 million in damages to Truck America Training at the close of a trial in Bullitt Circuit Court.
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