The future of the former North Side Improvement League headquarters is once again in jeopardy this morning.
That's because P.J. Simao is attempting to block Mike Lundy from purchasing the property on Mill Street.
The Watertown Daily Times reports Simao is accusing Lundy of strong-arming the League by threatening a lawsuit.
Previously, Lundy took the North Side Improvement League to court after the organization reneged on a purchase offer between the two sides. The court action was taken by Lundy after the league attempted to work out a separate agreement with another developer.
However, Lundy upped his initial offer amount, which the league accepted, thus ending the legal dispute.
It was believed Lundy would close on the former headquarters in the coming months.
Meanwhile, Simao says he does not want to buy the property, but he told the Times that the deal with Lundy is not "transparent" and that the former headquarters could be sold for a higher dollar amount.
Board members are expected to meet tonight to discuss the situation and are likely going to meet with Simao at some time in the near future.