A therapeutic horse-riding program for disabled children run by a Naperville woman will not be kicked out of its 15-year location.
Ready Set Ride chairman Lisa Afshari said she’s “ecstatic” over a judge’s decision Thursday to throw out the eviction notice that would have forced the program to vacate the property by Monday.
“We got heard; we got saved,” Afshari said.
Ready Set Ride is an organization that provides therapy for children and young adults with physical, emotional and developmental challenges. It has rented a portion of a 4-acre site at 13056 Essington Road in Plainfield since 2002.
Property owner Joseph Tages, 71, lost the land after getting into legal and financial trouble that forced him into foreclosure.
Tages, of Plainfield, pleaded guilty in 2013 to two counts of filing false tax returns in 2006 as part of a scheme in which payments from Aurora Health Center patients were deposited into a personal bank account …
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