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Judge considering motion for info that could delay process
April 28, 2011 - Jessica Collier
So we're at the start of day 3 of the second group of hearing sessions.
ACR attorney Tom Ulasewicz made a motion at the onset of today's session requesting additional information from the Adirondack Council. The Council is scheduled to put on two witnesses today: Heidi Kretser and Ms. Glennon (didn't catch her first name yet). Ulasewicz wants the methodology they used and any documents that they used in creating some sort of study on the wildlife at the ACR site. Apparently they discuss it in their pre-filed testimony but don't provide any other information about it.
Quite a few of the parties argued against this, saying that it was untimely and should have been requested earlier, among other arguments.
Judge O'Connell just took about 15 minutes to consider the request, then came back and ruled that the motion was denied. He agreed it was untimely.
"In fairness to the proceeding and in keeping with the schedule, it should be denied,” O'Connell said.
We're now about to start with cross-examination of Jeff Anthony and Kevin Franke based on their rebuttal testimony to Harry Dodson's testimony for the Council.
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