3rd Street Litigation Update: Commonwealth Court

Dec 12, 2013 by

A December 9, 2013 ruling by the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court vacated Judge Proud’s February 2013 Order revoking the Stipulation Agreement. The ruling returns back to the County Court level the interpretation of the 2011 Stipulation Agreement between Delaware County, Broomall’s Lake Country Club (BLCC) and Media Borough.

The ruling did not address whether there is a requirement for a two-way road, it simply indicated that a decision on BLCC’s Petition for Contempt and/or an interpretation of the Stipulation Agreement regarding road design and use would not be made in Commonwealth Court, but rather in the Court of Common Pleas of Delaware County.

The Friends of Glen Providence Park continues to support dam removal, stream restoration and a local discussion of an environmentally-sensitive connection.


You can read the complete ruling in this pdf: 12-9-2013 Commonwealth Ruling on 3rd Street litigation

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