A Medina County Common Pleas judge recently agreed that a settlement reached in December 2013 between township trustees and two property owners is "no longer valid or before the court for reconsideration," the Akron Beacon Journal reports. After seeking for years to have their 105-acre parcel rezoned for business development, Timothy and Linda Kratzer filed suit last year. Township trustees approved a controversial settlement that included "paying the Kratzers $15,000 and opening up the land for business development." New trustees who took office in January 2014 rescinded the deal. Cases brought forth by the Kratzers involving the constitutionality of the township's zoning classifications and "an appeal over whether the township improperly denied them a variance" will continue, the article said. For more, read the full story.