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Landmark decision trumps property owner rights

11:03 PM, Apr. 7, 2013
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Joe Fazio doesn't own Commerce State Bank. Shareholders do. But he runs the little place that has a branch in West Bend and another across the street from a custard stand in Cedarburg.

Realizing the growing bank could use a new building, he spearheaded an effort to buy the land the custard stand sits on as well as a couple adjacent parcels that include a wooded area and a big, old, yellow, stucco house that contains a bridal shop.

So, after spending close to a million dollars buying the properties and making plans, Commerce now owns all that. Well, sort of. ...

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