It may not take a year if the Fed. steps in and rules that Constitutional law trumps "Corlew law". I look for this to happen.
I should have stated the reason for my thinking that this case is headed for a Federal Court. In my opinion Judge Corlew sees (that) as a means to escape making a decision that would be unpopular with the Plaintiffs. It appears that through his rulings that he is trying to force the IC to file a discrimination suit against the County or the plaintiffs or both. Plaintiffs attorney has supplied more than enough (cause) to do so.However a Federal Court would rule, Corlew would be off the hook.
Will he also deny occupancy permits to all other buildings currently under construction that were approved under the same notification measures? If not, it gives ICM an open and shut legal case against the county for discrimination and violation of civil rights.
Yes, as I opined, that seems to be his plan to force the decision into Federal Court and get him off the hook.
It seems all that needs to happen to get a CO is for the ICM to refile their site plan and have the Planning Commission vote on it. That could have already happened.
I don't think the other plans that were approved at the same meeting are an issue. There has not been a lawsuit filed to challenge them.