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July 6, 2022

Appellate Court DENIED Illinois Alluvial Water Co’s Motion for Stay in Carlinville Case –

By John Kraft & Kirk Allen

On October 21, 2020

Carlinville, IL. (ECWd) –

On Oct. 6, 2020, the Fourth Appellate Court DENIED Illinois Alluvial’ s Motion to Stay enforcement of the Macoupin Circuit Court’s Order dissolving Illinois Alluvial and stating that it was formed in violation of State law.

Previously, the City of Carlinville’s Motion to Stay was DENIED by this Appellate Court.

The Order indicates this case will be placed on an accelerated briefing schedule, with record on appeal due Oct 29, Appellate Brief due 21 days after that, and Appellee Brief 21 days after that. Reply Briefs due 7 days after the filing of Appellee’s Brief.

The Court will expedite consideration and disposition of this appeal.

This is the case brought against he City of Carlinville challenging their action of starting a private company, with another municipality and another private company, in order to contract from the new company to provide water to Carlinville residents – in violation of state law.

Responding Order - 4th

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  • SHERRY BRIANZA
    Posted at 08:42h, 22 October

    The case moves forward and looks like on a pretty fast track to be decided. More money in the meantime spent on a case that just seems pretty clear cut, it’s illegal! Hope Carlinville citizens are relooking at hooking up with the city of Litchfield and start getting that project going so water can start flowing to its citizens at a very affordable price – its legal but it is also a great deal that the city of Litchfield offered Carlinville several years back. The Mayor and most of the council, were not interested.??? Hopefully they will ask the Mayor of Litchfield to PLEASE come back and represent and try to still get a decent deal?

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