Court Case Record John Allen & another vs. Truro Board of Selectmen 2010-P-1632 UID(4764)

John Allen & another vs. Truro Board of Selectmen Court Case Record

Court Case Number: 2010-P-1632

Case Number2010-P-1632
Case TitleJohn Allen & another vs. Truro Board of Selectmen
Case TypeCivil
StateMassachusetts, MA
CourtBarnstable Superior Court
Court Address
Field Date06/27/2003
Close Date02/23/2011


John AllenPro Se Plaintiff/Appellant
Barbara Cordi-AllenPro Se Plaintiff/Appellant
E. James Veara, Esquire Sarah Turano-Flores, EsquireTruro Board of SelectmenDefendant/Appellee
Entry Date Paper Entry Text
09/20/2010 #1 Entered.
09/20/2010 #2 Notice of entry sent.
11/23/2010 #3 Appearance and assent to the dismissal, filed by Truro Board of Selectmen.
11/22/2010 #4 Letter from John E. Allen and Barbara Cordi-Allen re: Request to Withdraw Appeal.
11/23/2010 #4.1 RE#3: The within is treated as appellant's motion to stay appellate proceedings and is allowed until 1/3/11. A Status Report is due on or before that date as to the status of the underlying judgment. In the alternative, a stipulation of dismissal may be filed, signed by all parties and stating that the appeal is dismissed with prejudice and without the award of attorneys fees or costs. *Notice.
12/31/2010 #5 Status Report filed by Truro Board of Selectmen.
01/04/2011 RE#4: Appellant's status report is now overdue. Failure to file a status report may lead to the eventual dismissal of this appeal pursuant to this court's standing order concerning the dismissal of appeals. In the event the parties agree to the dismissal of this appeal, they should file a stipulation to that effect as stated in the court's 11/23/10 action on paper #3. *Notice.
01/04/2011 Stipulation of dismissal filed by parties.
02/15/2011 Letter from E. James Veara re: status of dismissal of appeal with copy of stipulation.
02/16/2011 Notice preceding dismissal: Standing Order Governing Dismissals for Lack of Prosecution.
02/23/2011 RE#5: The stipulation of voluntary dismissal is approved. The appeal is dismissed with prejudice and without fees or costs, pursuant to M.R.A.P. 29(b). Notice/Attest/Image.