Wednesday, May 09, 2007
Ind. Decisions - Transfer denied last week in "Flying J" case and a John Doe case
Among the Court of Appeals decisions denied transfer last week was the 10/31/06 ruling in Flying J., Inc. v. City of New Haven, Board of Zoning Appeals. This ILB entry from Nov. 6, 2006 gives a lot of background on this case. A story today in the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel by Ryan Lengerich begins:
A 17-acre Flying J travel plaza planned for New Haven has cleared another legal hurdle.Another case followed in the ILB and denied transfer last week was John Doe v. Town of Plainfield, Indiana . In this Feb. 13, 2007 entry titled "Sealed documents in otherwise 'unsealed' cases", the ILB wrote about the fact that the entire docket in the John Doe case was unavailable online, although only an exhibit had been sealed, and wondered in how many other instances that was the case also.
The Indiana Supreme Court decided Thursday not to hear the city of New Haven’s challenge to keep Ogden, Utah-based Flying J Inc. from building at Minnich Road and Indiana 930, just west of Interstate 469.
The travel plaza would include a convenience store, country market, 24-hour restaurant, fast-food court, service stations with gasoline and diesel fuel, rest facility with showers and a laundry, computers with Internet access, recreational vehicle services including waste-tank disposal and parking for 11 RVs and 187 trucks.