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Chancellor rules that gate must be removed
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Chancellor Ronald Thurman ruled Wednesday that a gate across Sunset Drive must be removed, at least temporarily. After nearly three hours of testimony in DeKalb County Chancery Court Wednesday, in a continuation of a hearing that began on Monday, the chancellor decided that the gate erected by Robert Grant Manning in the Belk community was obstructing a county road. A temporary injunction was issued until a final hearing can be held, but Thurman also ordered a judicial settlement conference to give the involved parties a chance to settle the case without further litigation.