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Brooklyn Bike Lane Case: Judge Denies Request for Adjournment

Wednesday, July 06, 2011 - 07:21 PM

Brooklyn's Prospect Park West bike lane (photo by Kate Hinds)

The bike lane on Brooklyn's Prospect Park West will be back in court this month -- not September.

According to a spokeswoman for the New York City Law Department, the judge hearing the case denied a request by Neighbors for Better Bike Lanes/Seniors for Safety to adjourn for another two months. NBBL's attorney, Jim Walden, had asked for more time to process additional Freedom of Information Law requests.

Walden had no comment on the judge's decision. The next court date in the case is July 20.

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Comments [1]

Steve

Good. This was nothing more than a desperate ploy by Walden, a scorched earth strategy that's unbecoming of someone who works for Gibson Dunn. Walden should be embarrassed by his tactics.

Jul. 07 2011 09:27 AM

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