And the Court Battle Between Railroad Museum and the City of Dallas Gets Just a Little Uglier
|From the Museum of the American Railroad's 2006 Long Term Strategic Outlook|
Which brings us to yesterday's court filing, in advance of a scheduled January 25 trial date: William Brotherton, attorney for the museum, filed docs in which he insists the city has stonewalled its discovery efforts and is claiming "illusory immunity." Brotherton's also not pleased with council member Ron Natinsky, who last week turned in his written deposition, much of which has to do with this Unfair Park item in which chair of the council's Economic Development Committee detailed his efforts to find space and money for the museum at Fair Park. Brotherton now wants Natinsky to submit to an oral deposition, and he's asking for a whole laundry list of sanctions against the city.
Yesterday's filing follows, and it includes Natinsky's deposition. Drinking game: Take a shot every time you see the words "Unfair Park." December 13 MAR Filing