|Judge gives Media Boro 30 days to work out differnces|
A meeting was held this morning with Judge Proud regarding the Third Street Bridge roadway differences and subsequent contempt of court petition filed by BLCC. The County, as a stakeholder in the lawsuit was also present and joined BLCC in their interpretation as “re-establish” meaning two-way access. As reported before, the RTM School District, Middletown and Upper Providence have also passed resolutions for the two-way road.
From what I’m understanding, Judge Proud has given Media Borough a month to essentially workout the differences. Should that not happen, another hearing is to be scheduled for December in which a final decision is expected.
With millions in funding being held up through continued litigation, Media Borough council now has 30 days to either accepting a two-way design, or continuing to fight this out in court which could potentially end in a stalemate. A legal stalemate would most likely bring this back to exactly where we were sixteen years ago, but with one catch – NO MONEY TO FIX The Bridge.