A favorable court ruling will allow theClark-Pleasant Community School Corporation in Whiteland, Ind., to move forward with plans to build a middle school. However, the eight-month delay caused by the legal battle is expected to cost the district more than $1 million. Indiana Tax Court Judge Thomas Fisher ruled that the Department of Local Government Finance overstepped its bounds when it denied the district's proposal for the school. Fisher said the reasons for denying the project "are not supported by the evidence. " District officials say the delays will cost the district because construction and labor costs have gone up since spring. To read The Indianapolis Star article, click here.