California Communities Against Toxics v. Mattco Forge, Inc. et al
||California Communities Against Toxics
||Does and Mattco Forge, Inc.
||April 10, 2018
||US District Court for the Central District of California
||Western Division - Los Angeles Office
||Terry J. Hatter
|Nature of Suit:
|Cause of Action:
||33:1319 Clean Water Act
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|April 10, 2018
CONSENT JUDGMENT by Judge Terry J. Hatter, Jr. IT IS STIPULATED BETWEEN THE SETTLING PARTIES AND ORDER AND DECREED BY THE COURT AS FOLLOWS: The Court has jurisdiction over the action. Defendant shall make a one time payment a total of $2,000.00 to compensate CCAT for costs and fees to be incurred for monitoring Defendants compliance with this Consent Decree. Defendant shall pay $1,500.00 for each Action Plan for which CCAT substitutes substantive comments under paragraph 25 above. T he Defendant agrees to make a payment of $30,000.00 within thirty calendar days of the Effective Date as to You Sow fora project related to water quality designed to analyze, reduce, prevent or otherwise mitigate the ecological and or public hea lth effects of storm water and or non storm water discharges into Los Angeles area waterbodies. Defendant agrees to partially reimburse Plaintiffs Fees and Costs, consultant fees and costs reasonable attorneys fees and costs incurred as a result of investigating and filing the lawsuit and negotiating a resolution of this matter and amount totaling $29,500.00. Defendant AS Related to: Settlement Agreement 23 See order for further details. ( MD JS-6. Case Terminated ) (shb)
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