Action on Monteiro - Late Appellate Brief
I have been reporting on the lateness of the filing of the brief in Appeals Court of the victorious plaintiff in Monteiro v. City of Cambridge.
This would be the primary document in support of Malvina Monteiro which would considered by the Appeals Court panel reviewing the appeal by the City of Cambridge.
We have had action.
On November 23, 2010, Cambridge filed a motion in opposition to any late or subsequent filing of her brief.
On November 24, 2010, Monteiro’s attorney filed a motion to extend the brief due date.
This case is of major importance with regard to the ongoing environmental destruction on the Charles River because the court orders below seem to indicate that the Cambridge City Manager should be fired. You fire the Cambridge City Manager, you fire one of the key environmental destroyers.
The findings of judge and jury are so strong, the superior court judge could very easily support an initiative by the Cambridge City Council to fire the City Manager without pension or golden parachute.
The key word used by the judge, and proved in her key opinion is “reprehensible.”
The key Superior Court opinion filed in this matter may be read at http://charlesriverwhitegeeseblog.blogspot.com/2009/04/judge-issues-decision-denying.html.