20 October 2020: No Appeal, Transfer Order Stands

Yesterday was the end of the 21 day grace period for Aquafortis Associates LLC to appeal the recent Lincoln County Superior Court ruling on the DEP transfer order. As of this morning, no appeal has been filed. This comes as no surprise. The DEP Transfer Order stands. And that, as they say, is that.

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2 Responses to 20 October 2020: No Appeal, Transfer Order Stands

  1. Bill Spann says:

    Hi George. I cannot thank you enough for your unwavering efforts in this litigation. My mother is Diane Grant and my stepfather is Ed Grant. Just spent 2 weeks at our home on Clary Lake and the change is breathtaking. Thank you so very much.

    • Why thank you Bill, I appreciate the recognition, but we wouldn’t be here without the unwavering support of the Board and the Membership and the “Friends of Clary Lake”. And thanks for explaining who you’re related to! Ed Grant was a good steward of Clary Lake.

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