Superior Court Judge Dale Radcliffe has denied O&G’s motion for reconsideration after the judge ordered the construction services firm to remove a concrete crushing operation and storage facility on Seaview Avenue that had been ruled illegal by the city’s Zoning Enforcement Officer Neil Bonney. O&G appealed to the court and Radliffe ruled for the city three weeks ago.
Michael Jankovsky, an attorney representing O&G, filed the motion for reconsideration last Friday. Radlciffe didn’t waste any time, denying the motion on the same day, according to his order on the state judicial branch website:
The order is clear, as is the decision. O & G Industries was provided a full and fair opportunity to be heard, both before the Zoning Board of Appeals and this court. No new law is cited in support of the motion to reargue. O & G is free to file for a certificate of zoning compliance, CAM approval, or a special permit. Remedying conditions on site is consistent both with the Order to Comply, and this court’s order. O & G is well aware of its obligations.
See O&G motion to reargue here.
See judge’s denial here.
So the question remains, what other legal remedy, if any, will O&G pursue?