City tells Landing owners it has terminated lease

The legal fight between the owners of the Jacksonville Landing and the city escalated on Friday when the Office of General Counsel sent a notice that it was terminating the lease agreement between the two entities.

In a letter addressed to Jacksonville Landing Investments LLC, a subsidiary of Sleiman Enterprises, Assistant General Counsel Christopher Garrett contended that JLI failed to remedy a breach of contract and demanded that the company turn over the buildings to the city as well as provide…

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