No pre-closing notification was needed under procedural Due Process to close the market, given the discovery of unexploded munitions.
Closing market did not require compensation under Takings Clause, as it was a core public safety function.
Even given a low probability of harm from the explosives, the standard of review under state statute's arbitrary and capricious analysis is whether a reasonable finder of fact could conclude that closure was necessary.
Although the market eventually won right to reopen, since S1983 claims were denied on the merits, no award of interim fees.
National Amusements Inc v. Borough of Palmyra
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