Monday, October 5, 2009
In essence, the suit alleges that four former Federal Cabinet Ministers and 65 federal employees conspired to block or delay the construction of the Redhill, via an environmental assessment, which was subsequently stopped by a April 2001 court decision.
In early 2008, council voted to lift the cap of this legal expenditure, which was previously set at $450,000.00, therby presumably, leaving an open ended potential expenditure.
Clr Clark, for one, has expressed concern over the amount of time the status report has remained overdue.
I suspect this case is somewhat unprecedented, given that it is one level of government suing another.
I realize that this "horse is out of the barn" but, do you think it's too risky? Is it still worth pursuing? Take the poll on the right of this blog, and provide additional comments here.
Special thanks to the good people at C.A.T.C.H. for their stellar reports.