City of Dublin v. Pewamo, Ltd., 2011 Ohio 1758 (Ohio Ct. App. 2011)

(case involves plaintiff's acquisition of 3 acres of 60-acre tract for road improvement purposes; tract purchased in 1999 for $1.2 million and case involves damages to remaining 57 acres caused by limiting access to adjacent highway and designation of 57 acres as a planned commercial development and research park; trial court did not prejudice defendant by refusing to instruct jury that it could not consider speculative and potential future access to tract in determining damages to 57 acres; trial court did not err by refusing to give proper and complete jury instruction on internal circuity of travel; trial court did not err by allowing evidence, testimony and argument that defendant would have access to state highway when plaintiff's engineer denied that such access existed; no error on appraisal valuation; jury's finding of zero damage to 57 acres not against clear weight of evidence). 

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