Ambort v. Department of Housing and Urban Development et al

Filing 141

OPINION AND ORDER GRANTING MOTIONS TO DISMISS AND DENYING CERTAIN OTHER MOTIONS; granting 45 Motion to Dismiss for Failure to State a Claim; granting 47 Motion to Dismiss; granting 51 Motion to Dismiss; granting 91 Motion to Dismiss; deny ing as moot 103 Motion to Extend ; denying as moot 108 Motion to Extend Deadlines ; denying 109 Motion for Summary Judgment; denying 111 Motion for Sanctions; denying as moot 119 Motion to Extend ; denying as moot 123 Motion to Extend ; denying 126 Motion to Amend/Correct; denying as moot 134 Motion to Strike ; denying 139 Motion for Hearing; denying 140 Motion for Hearing. Signed by U.S. District Judge Roberto A. Lange on 5/1/17. (SLW)

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filed UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 0!2017 DISTRICT OF SOUTH DAKOTA 'clewT CENTRAL DIVISION HOLLIE TELFORD,AND BRENDA BURTON, 3:16-CV-03033-RAL Plaintiffs, OPINION AND ORDER GRANTING MOTIONS TO DISMISS AND DENYING CERTAIN OTHER MOTIONS vs. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT, ALAN B. JOHNSON, NENA JAMES,IN HER INDIVIDUAL OFFICIAL OFFICIAL CAPACITY; JENNFIER TIDWELL,IN HER INDIVIDUAL OFFICIAL AND PERSONAL CAPACITIES; ROCK SPRINGS HOUSING AUTHORITY, APRIL THOMPSON, GLOBAL E. LLC, ANN CLAYTON,JUDY CIRRILLO, DOES 1-10, CENTURYLINK,HOLLIE PORTILLO, O'KELLEY H. PEARSON, LAW OFFICE HICKEY AND EVANS LLP,THOMAS DEERING,IN HIS INDIVIDUAL AND OFFICIAL OFFICIAL CAPACITY; UNITED STATE OF AMERICA,DONALD THATCHER,EVA TAFOYA, HUD, Defendants. Plaintiffs Brenda Burton (Burton) and Hollie Telford (Telford) through a Second Amended Complaint make various claims against multiple defendants relating to eviction from a trailer home park in Green River, Wyoming; relating to litigation concerning the eviction in Wyoming state and federal court; relating to alleged deprivation of certain telecommunication services in Wyoming; and relating to communication with the United States Department of 1

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