High Country Citizens' Alliance et al v. United States Forest Service et al
ORDER granting 40 Federal Defendants' Unopposed Motion for a Stay of Briefing Schedule. The summary judgment briefing schedule set forth in the Parties' 37 Joint Case Management Plan and approved by the Court is stayed during the current lapse in federal appropriations. By Judge John L. Kane on 10/11/13.(mnfsl, )
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO
Civil Action No. 13-cv-01723 JLK
HIGH COUNTRY CITIZENS’ ALLIANCE and
UNITED STATES FOREST SERVICE,
BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT,
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
DANIEL JIRÓN, in his official capacity as Regional Forester for the U.S. Forest
Service’s Rocky Mountain Region,
SCOTT ARMENTROUT, in his official capacity as Supervisor of the Grand Mesa,
Uncompahgre, and Gunnison National Forests, and
HELEN HANKINS, in her official capacity as the Bureau of Land Management’s
Colorado State Office Director,
ORDER GRANTING FEDERAL DEFENDANTS’ UNOPPOSED MOTION FOR A
STAY OF BRIEFING SCHEDULE IN LIGHT OF LAPSE OF APPROPRIATIONS
Upon consideration of the Federal Defendants’ Unopposed Motion for a Stay of
Briefing Schedule, Doc. 40, it is hereby ORDERED that the Motion is GRANTED and
that the summary judgment briefing schedule set forth in the Parties’ Joint Case
Management Plan and approved by the Court, Doc. 37, is stayed during the current lapse
in federal appropriations.
Counsel for the Federal Defendants is directed to inform the Court and the Parties
as soon as Congress restores federal appropriations, whereupon the Parties will meet and
confer to determine what modifications to the Joint Case Management Plan are
appropriate and will then submit a proposed modification to the Joint Case Management
Plan for Court approval in light of those discussions.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
October 11, 2013
BY THE COURT:
s/John L. Kane
JOHN L. KANE, U.S. SENIOR DISTRICT JUDGE
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