Oread group willing to comply with some city demands, asks for meeting ‘immediately’

In their latest correspondence with the city of Lawrence, developers of The Oread hotel communicated on Tuesday that — while they’re not legally obligated to do so — they are willing to compromise with city officials in an attempt to resolve a months-long tax dispute.

Oread Inn, the group behind The Oread hotel development, requested an immediate meeting with city officials and said in the letter that the group would consider complying with some of the city’s demands. It’s unclear, though, whether Oread Inn is willing to comply with the city’s key demand: to pay back the nearly $500,000 in disputed tax rebates.

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