Court lifts restraint against vocal condo critic in Hopkins (MN)

A Hopkins man engaged in a bitter, long-running dispute with the management of the Meadow Creek condominiums has been vindicated by the state’s second-highest court.  In a decision issued last week, the Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled that Mel Pittel would no longer be subject to a restraining order preventing him from attending condo board meetings.    Read the article………….


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