“We’re ready to pay” : Cadiz mayor Lyn Bailey to court
by Alan Reed
Jul 26, 2006 | 0 0 comments | 1 1 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Lead Plaintiff George Zering watches Attorney Logan Askew present a plan to include residents in their class action lawsuit.
Lead Plaintiff George Zering watches Attorney Logan Askew present a plan to include residents in their class action lawsuit.
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A lunch-hour conference between the city of Cadiz and leaders of the class within the class action lawsuit brought against the city by residents of Headley Bluff developments brought an agreement between parties on the notification of residents to participate in the class.

Mayor Lyn Bailey said, “We’re ready to pay, we’re just looking for someone to give us some guidance.”

That someone was Circuit Court Judge Bill Cunningham. “We’ve just had a heart-to-heart with the attorneys, and the city indicated it wanted this to come to an end. We’ve been asked to whom is money owed, what is owed, and how much is owed. The class needs to proceed to identify who is owed.”

Plaintiffs’ attorney Logan Askew announced a plan to publish a notice of eligibility to be included in the class, along with a form to announce participation. There would also be a means to opt out of the class. The notice will be published in The Cadiz Record as well as sent to known residents within the contested areas.

For the rest of this story, read this week's Cadiz Record.
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