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Is it NIMBY, or is it prudence? HHHunt thinks it's the former, but the Virginia state Supreme Court will provide the answer. The Richmond Times-Dispatch reports:

HHHunt Communities on Monday filed a petition for appeal with the Supreme Court of Virginia challenging a decision by the Henrico Circuit Court in a dispute with Henrico’s Board of Supervisors over a portion of Dominion Club Drive. Kim Kacani, president of HHHunt Communities, declined to comment and deferred questions to her legal team.

“HHHunt Communities seeks to protect its vested property rights in this key roadway,” Preston Lloyd, an attorney for HHHunt, said in a statement Tuesday. “The roadway is the last piece of over $24 million in infrastructure built by HHHunt Communities and dedicated to Henrico County — infrastructure that made schools, jobs, homes, retail and all that currently exists along the Nuckols Road corridor possible.”

Henrico’s Board of Supervisors has abandoned a small portion of Dominion Club Drive that would have connected the Wyndham subdivision off Nuckols Road to an age-restricted development proposed in Hanover and deleted it from the county transportation plan. Earlier this year, HHHunt unsuccessfully fought in Henrico Circuit Court to have those decisions invalidated.

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