Steele v. Potter
MEMORANDUM AND OPINION by Judge Charles R. Simpson, III on 10/28/11. This court having reviewed the memorandum opinion entered 10/8/11 and consulted the objection filed thereto, concludes that pltf's motion to set aside the judgment should be denied. An order consistent with this opinion will be entered this date.cc:counsel (SJS)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
WESTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY
ROBERTA Y. STEELE
CIVIL ACTION NO. 3:11-CV-124-S
PATRICK R. DONAHOE, POSTMASTER GENERAL
UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE
This matter is before the court on motion of the plaintiff, Roberta Y. Steele (“Plaintiff”), to
set aside the judgment of this court (DN 9), granting the motion of the defendant, Patrick R.
Donahoe, Postmaster General, United States Postal Service (“Defendant”), to dismiss Plaintiff’s
complaint, or in the alternative, for summary judgment (DN 7). For the following reasons, the
motion will be denied.
No factual evidence in the developed record disputes any fact this court found from the Equal
Employment Opportunity Commission’s (“EEOC”) decision and the affidavits submitted. Plaintiff’s
objection states that Plaintiff did not specifically request morning hours when she requested extra
hours from her employer and that she was not asked whether she was available to work later hours.
Plaintiff asserts this fact would demonstrate that Plaintiff was similarly situated to other employees
granted extra hours. Plaintiff further argues this fact would prove Defendant’s legitimate, nondiscriminatory reason for not granting Plaintiff the extra hours she requested, namely that she was
not needed during the hours she was available, is a pretext for discrimination. However, no factual
evidence in the record supports the position Plaintiff takes now.
This court having reviewed the memorandum opinion and order entered October 8, 2011 and
consulted the objection filed thereto, concludes that Plaintiff’s motion to set aside the judgment
should be denied. An order consistent with this opinion will be entered this date.
October 28, 2011
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