A legal case between the Motoplex Speedway in Spallumcheen and the owners of a nearby residential community, has been heard in the BC Court of Appeal.
After a hearing on Monday, the court has reserved judgement in the appeal made by Lawrence Heights.
“It means we’re not sure when a decision will be made, but the parties will be notified two days prior to the decision being released,” the court registry told Kiss FM News.
Last year, a BC Supreme Court judge ordered the track’s owner, Okanagan Aggregates, to pay 100-thousand dollars in damages, and ordered the track to limit noise to 80 decibels during events.
The subdivision owners are seeking several million dollars in lost revenue in their appeal.
There hasn’t been any races at the track since June 2015, and no races have been announced for this year.
(Photo courtesy of motoplexspeedway.com)