Just watched the late news and the State Supreme Court upheld the homeowners right not to sell and the City Of Norwood cannot take the property thru eminent domain. The proposed site is a $125 million shopping center expansion. 3 homeowners have fought the city and developer for more than 2 years, all the other property owners (around 30) took the citys offer and left, the sold houses have all been demolished and the streets are gone too, just 3 houses sitting in a field. One homeowner said he's willing to sell, but its going to cost them a lot more than the $150,000 offered. I take this ruling as a positive statement on a homeowners right not to be forced to settle for minimum value on their property, simply because someone thinks it would make a nice spot for a Walmart or subdivision.