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This profile was last updated on 7/18/08  and contains information from public web pages.

Mr. Peter Alecxih Jr.

Wrong Peter Alecxih Jr.?

County Developer


Employment History

  • Owner

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Member
  • Lancaster County Developer
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The county has already paid $7.5 ..., 18 July 2008 [cached]
The county has already paid $7.5 million to the former property owner, Lancaster County developer Peter Alecxih Jr.
They were not to give Alecxih a lower figure just because that, in their minds, was enough.He thinks that overpowered the tax hurdle.
"They did for Mr. Alecxih what they would want someone to do for them if they were in the same situation," Bass said.
WARM® 103: THE BEST VARIETY OF SOFT ROCK, 27 Jan 2007 [cached]
The attorney for developer Peter Alecxih questioned whether her previous role as a member of the Lancaster York Heritage Region Board constituted a conflict of interest in her later votes on the project as a commissioner.
Lancaster County developer Peter ..., 9 Dec 2009 [cached]
Lancaster County developer Peter Alecxih can still take the issue to the state Supreme Court.
The state Commonwealth Court has ruled against Lancaster County developer Peter Alecxih, Jr., ruling that York County does not owe him any more money over a parcel of land that the county took for a park.
Alecxih had sought $66,000, which would have represented the interest on money that the county already paid him. In a decision dated Dec. 3, the Commonwealth Court agreed with a lower court ruling from last year.
York County initially paid Alecxih $2 million in estimated just compensation for the 79-acre parcel known as Highpoint in Lower Windsor Township to turn it into a park. But the county later paid him an additional $5.5 million after three new appraisals valued the land at $7.5 million.
Alecxih had argued he's entitled to interest on the delayed compensation that the county waited to pay. The county disagreed.
A county jury determined last year the value of Highpoint was $17.25 million. The amount became $20.4 million when interest was included.
County Solicitor Mike Flannelly said the next step would be the state Supreme Court, should Alecxih decide to pursue it further.
Alecxih, reached by phone, said he hadn't been aware of the Commonwealth Court's decision. He didn't know what his next move would be.
"I'll have to talk to my lawyers first and see what they're thinking," Alecxih said.
That's nearly $10 million more than ..., 28 July 2008 [cached]
That's nearly $10 million more than what the county has paid Highpoint's former owner, Peter Alecxih Jr.
Alecxih took the county to court after a prolonged dispute to determine his property's value.
Lancaster County developer Peter ..., 28 Nov 2007 [cached]
Lancaster County developer Peter Alecxih Jr. recently filed a federal lawsuit against the county over Highpoint, a 79-acre parcel of land that had once been part of Lauxmont Farms.Alecxih had purchased it to build houses, but commissioners condemned it for a park in May 2004.
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