Clearview Might Take Roxodus Parent Company To Court

Township Advised to Give Debtor 30 Days to Pony Up

More Roxodus woes as Clearview gets primed to sue.

A meeting of council last night had the township’s legal representative, solicitor Jim McIntosh, recommend Clearview commence civil action against the organizers behind the defunct rock concert, including Taurus Investments, the money manager behind MF Live. A Special Events Agreement approved by Clearview Council was signed by Taurus and not MF Live.

The special events agreement said to be a solid one, according to McIntosh, who says the township should allow for 30 days for the funds to be paid, or take legal action.

The company behind Roxodus, MF Live, filed for bankruptcy last week, and according to paperwork filed at the time, owes Clearview Township $6,725.53. It also owes Springwater Township about $1,700, and another 184 creditors about 18 million.