Alexander et al v. Cahill et al

Filing 20

RESPONSE in Opposition re 6 MOTION for Preliminary Injunction filed by Gary L. Casella, Rita E. Adler, Mark S. Ochs, Anthony J. Gigliotti, Daniel A. Drake, Vincent L. Scarsella, Thomas J. Cahill, Diana Maxfield Kearse. (Attachments: # 1 Exhibit(s) DVD traditionally filed# 2 Memorandum of Law # 3 Exhibit(s) 1 to Memorandum of Law# 4 Exhibit(s) 2 to Memorandum of Law# 5 Exhibit(s) 3 to Memorandum of Law# 6 Exhibit(s) 4 to Memorandum of Law# 7 Exhibit(s) 5 to Memorandum of Law# 8 Exhibit(s) 6 to Memorandum of Law# 9 Notice of Cross-Motion)(MacRae, Patrick) Modified on 4/2/2007 (bjw, ).

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Alexander et al v. Cahill et al Doc. 20 Att. 1 Case 5:07-cv-00117-FJS-GHL Document 20-2 Filed 03/27/2007 Page 1 of 1 STATE OF NEW YORK OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL ANDREW M. CUOMO ATTORNEY GENERAL DIVISION OF REGIONAL OFFICES SYRACUSE REGIONAL OFFICE March 27, 2007 LAWRENCE K. BAERMAN Clerk of the U.S. District Court U.S. Courthouse & Federal Bldg. P.O. Box 7367 100 South Clinton Street Syracuse, NY 13261-7367 Re: Alexander, et al. v. Cahill, et al. 5:07-cv-0118 (FJS)(GHL) Dear Mr. Baerman: Presently pending before the Court is plaintiffs' motion for a preliminary injunction, scheduled for consideration by the Court on April 13, 2007. Your undersigned represents the defendants in this matter and will file electronically an opposition to the motion. Enclosed is a DVD to be filed by traditional means as Exhibit 1 to your undersigned's affidavit in opposition to plaintiffs' motion. Please provide this DVD to the Court. Yours truly, s/Patrick F. MacRae Patrick F. MacRae cc: Gregory A. Beck, Esq. Public Citizen Litigation Group 1600 20th Street, NW Washington, DC 20009 615 Erie Blvd. West, Suite 102, Syracuse, N.Y. 13204 _ (315) 448-4800 _ Fax (315) 448-4853 * NOT FOR SERVICE OF PAPERS

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