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Fri, Apr 18, 2003

Daley Gets Spanked Again: Judge Sez He Has To 'Fess Up'

Meigs Backers Win Another Round In Court (These Guys Are Good)

The Friends of Meigs Field (FOM) won yet another court battle this week (they're on a roll, folks...) when Cook County Circuit Court Judge William Maki denied the City of Chicago and Chicago Park District’s motion to stay discovery in its attempt to overturn a temporary restraining order preventing further destruction of the lakefront airport. The TRO is in effect through at least May 16. The Wednesday (April 16) ruling means the city must provide all relevant documents and answer written questions about the March 30-31 midnight Meigs raid.

FOM, the Illinois Association of Air and Critical Care Transport, Chicago By Air, and other plaintiffs opposed the city’s stay discovery motion last week, which would have suppressed their ability to gather key facts about the situation.

The judge also reserved the right for the plaintiffs to question Daley and other high-ranking officials in depositions after the results of a May 16 hearing. The judge also scheduled oral arguments for Monday, April 21, on a new motion by the Friends of Meigs to throw out the city’s motion to dismiss the case.

FMI: www.friendsofmeigs.org

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