Iocovozzi v. Village of Herkimer et al
||Mary M. Iocovozzi
||Village of Herkimer, Mark M. Ainsworth, Village Board of Trustees and David Kuehnle
||June 12, 2010
||New York Northern District Court
||David N. Hurd
|Nature of Suit:
||Constitutionality of State Statutes
|Cause of Action:
|Jury Demanded By:
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|July 26, 2010
STIPULATION & ORDER DISMISSING CASE: in full settlement of the claims and defenses set forth in the Complaint and Answer, 1) the Village of Herkimer has suspended and will continue to suspend all enforcement of the sign ordinance as to political speech, including campaign signs, until it is repealed, 2) The Village of Herkimer will pay fees and costs in the total amount of $4,500.00 as noted herein. Signed by Chief Judge Norman A. Mordue on 7/26/2010. (jmb)
|June 16, 2010
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE: Defendants Village of Herkimer, Mark M. Ainsworth, Village Board of Trustees and David Kuehnle are Ordered to show cause before Chief District Judge Norman A. Mordue, why a preliminary injunction should not be entered. Defendant s are to serve and file any opposition to the # 4 Motion for Preliminary Injunction by 6/28/2010; Reply papers are to be filed by 7/1/2010; no appearances are necessary, Motion will be taken on submit. Further Ordered that Plaintiff's # 4 r equest for a TRO pending a hearing on this Motion is DENIED. Service of a copy of this Order and the papers upon which it is granted upon the Defendants, or their attorney on or before 6/18/2010, by personal delivery or overnight courier shall be deemed sufficient. Signed by Chief Judge Norman A. Mordue on 6/16/2010. (mae)
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