The villages entertainment complex is in the midst of a shake-up, with a number of village entertainment businesses closing their doors and many others being shuttered.
The village entertainment complex was launched in 2008, but since then it has been plagued by issues, including a high number of lawsuits filed by residents.
The village entertainment district was launched as a “home to the world’s premier entertainment events,” according to the Village of Pikesville website.
The area is home to the worlds premier festivals, concerts, film festivals and film screenings.
But that hasn’t kept the entertainment from having some problems.
In February, a lawsuit was filed by one of the entertainment businesses, The Village of Derry, claiming that they were not receiving fair wages and overtime pay for working in the area.
The case is still pending.
And in June, a judge dismissed the lawsuit, saying the village was still entitled to fair compensation.
The entertainment complex has also seen some serious economic woes in recent years.
In May 2017, the Village Board of Pikersville voted to close the entertainment complex.
The decision was based on a report by a task force that was tasked with reviewing the village’s economic and community development plan.
The task force recommended that the village close the complex, which has a population of more than 10,000.