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Court Case Record BOARD OF HEALTH OF TISBURY vs. JEFFREY S. BAKER 2011-P-0301 UID(adc1)


BOARD OF HEALTH OF TISBURY vs. JEFFREY S. BAKER Court Case Record

Court Case Number: 2011-P-0301


 
Case Number2011-P-0301
Case TitleBOARD OF HEALTH OF TISBURY vs. JEFFREY S. BAKER
Case TypeCivil
StateMassachusetts, MA
CountyDukes
CourtDukes Superior Court
Court Address
Phone
Field Date01/23/2009
Close Date06/28/2013

Parties

CounselNameType
David J. Doneski, Esquire Carole Sakowski Lynch, Esquire Richard W. Jensen, EsquireBoard of Health TisburyPlaintiff/Appellee
Daniel J. Larkosh, EsquireJeffrey S. BakerDefendant/Appellant
Carole Sakowski Lynch, Esquire Richard W. Jensen, EsquireTown of TisburyThird-party Defendant/Appellee
Carole Sakowski Lynch, Esquire Richard W. Jensen, EsquireTisbury Health AgentThird-party Defendant/Appellee
DOCKET ENTRIES
Entry Date Paper Entry Text
02/24/2011 #1 Entered.
02/24/2011 #2 Notice of entry sent.
02/24/2011 #3 MOTION to extend brief & appendix due date, filed by Jeffrey S. Baker.
03/03/2011 #4 MOTION for stay of injunction pending appeal, filed by Jeffrey S. Baker.
03/08/2011 #5 RE#2: Extension to 05/31/2011 granted for filing of brief of Jeffrey S. Baker, Defendant/Appellant. *Notice to counsel.
03/09/2011 #6 ORDER: "There being insufficient showing of likelihood of success on the merits and irreparable harm, the defendant-appellant's motion for a stay pending appeal of so much of the judgment as enjoins him from using his outdoor wood boiler is denied. See generally, Cartledge v. Evans, 67 Mass. App. Ct. 577 (2006), citing to Hilton v. Braunskill, 481 U.S. 770, 776-777 (1987)." (Cohen, J.). *Notice/Image
04/21/2011 Notice of appearance of Richard W. Jensen for Board of Health of Tisbury, Town of Tisbury, Tisbury Health Agent.
06/22/2011 Notice preceding dismissal: Standing Order Governing Dismissals for Lack of Prosecution.
07/06/2011 ORDER: DISMISSAL under Standing Order Governing Dismissals for Lack of Prosecution.
06/28/2013 Notice of dismissal to Trial Court and parties: Standing Order Governing Dismissals for Lack of Prosecution.