WildEarth Guardians v. Salazar
ORDER: On or before 9/10/10, the US Fish and Wildlife Service shall submit to the Federal Register for publication a 12-month finding with regard to Sprague's pipit. Defendant shall pay Plaintiff $700 as full settlement for all claimed attorneys' fees and costs incurred to date. The complaint is dismissed with prejudice. This court shall retain jurisdiction to enforce the settlement agreement, by Judge Walker D. Miller on 5/26/10. (ebs, )
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO Senior Judge Walker D. Miller
Civil Action No. 10-cv-00817-WDM-CBS WILDEARTH GUARDIANS, Plaintiff, v. KEN SALAZAR, Defendant. __________________________________________________________________ ORDER __________________________________________________________________ This matter is before me on the parties' motion to enter the settlement agreement as a order of dismissal (Doc. No. 6) and the parties' stipulated settlement agreement (Doc. No. 5). Being sufficiently advised in the premises, the parties' motion is granted in part and denied in part. Accordingly, it is ordered: 1. On or before September 10, 2010, the US Fish and Wildlife Service ("Service") shall submit to the Federal Register for publication a 12-month finding with regard to whether the listing of Sprague's pipit (Anthus spragueii) as threatened or endangered is warranted, not warranted, or warranted but precluded pursuant to 16 U.S.C. § 1633(b)(3)(B); 2. The Defendant shall pay Plaintiff $700 as full settlement for all claimed attorneys' fees and costs incurred to date; 3. Otherwise the complaint shall be dismissed with prejudice; and
4. This court shall retain jurisdiction to enforce the parties' May 19, 2010 settlement agreement (Doc. No. 5). DATED at Denver, Colorado, on May 26, 2010. BY THE COURT:
s/ Walker D. Miller United States Senior District Judge
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