Kirk Ferentz’s dispute with his neighbors is not over yet.
Ferentz and his neighbors will head back to court on June 1 to iron out “certain material terms,” according to the Associated Press. Ferentz and his neighbors reportedly settled the matter — which involved disputes over paving roads, landscaping and joining a homeowner’s association on Saddle Club road in Iowa City, Iowa — earlier this year.
But the AP reported Wednesday that the property dispute was not fully settled after all. From the report:
Lawyers told the court last week that the parties have been unable to reach consensus on “certain material terms” needed to execute the settlement.
Judge Christopher Bruns has ordered all parties to appear for a June 1 hearing in Cedar Rapids. He says he’ll decide then whether to reset the case for trial.
Ferentz is entering his 20th season as Iowa’s head coach. He needs one win to pass Hayden Fry for the most of any head coach in Hawkeyes history.