Board of Water Works v. Sac County Board of Supervisors et al
||Board of Water Works
||Sac County Board of Supervisors, Calhoun County Board of Supervisors and Buena Vista County Board of Supervisors
||March 13, 2015
||US District Court for the Northern District of Iowa
||Western Division Office
||Mark W Bennett
||Leonard T Strand
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|March 17, 2017
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER - granting in its entirety 34 MOTION for Summary Judgment on Counts III through X and 60 MOTION for Summary Judgment on Counts I and II. Because defendants are entitled to judgment on all counts of the complaint, this case is hereby dismissed. The Clerk shall enter judgment against the plaintiff and in favor of the defendants and close the case. Signed by Chief Judge Leonard T Strand on 3/17/17. (djs)
|January 20, 2016
ORDER re 51 MOTION to Stay Pending Certification of Questions to Iowa Supreme Court (Expedited Relief Requested). Defendants Motion to Stay, as it relates to discovery deadlines for Counts III through X, is granted. The defendants Motion to Stay, a s it relates to discovery deadlines for Counts I and II is denied. I reserve ruling on the defendants Motion to Stay, as it relates to the trial date pending the Iowa Supreme Courts resolution of my Certification Order. DMWWs Motion to Bifurcate Coun ts I and II is denied. Once the Iowa Supreme Court resolves my Certification Order, the parties shall notify me within 15 days by filing a joint status report indicating, if and how, further proceedings should be scheduled in this court. Signed by Judge Mark W Bennett on 1/19/16. (djs)
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