The Minnesota Appellate Court has granted Goodhue Wind Truth leave to file an Amicus brief.  We’ve got to narrow it down, but it’s been granted:

Order Granting Amicus and Expedited Argument and Disposition

Here are the specifics:

2.  The motion for leave to participate as amicus curiaeis granted.  As a condition of that participation, Goodhue Wind Truth shall serve and file an amended amicus brief by February 29. 2012.  The brief may be served and filed by mail, but if served by mail, a copy shall also be provided electronically (by facsimile or e-mail) to all counsel, to ensure that respondents receive that brief no later than 5 p.m. on February 29, 2012.  The amended brief shall not raise legal issues beyond those identified in relator’s brief (including the issue relating to siting standards included in Part II of the proffered brief) and shall not seek relief beyond the scope of this certiorari appeal.

Hey, we can do that!  With pleasure!!!

One Response to “Goodhue Wind Truth granted leave to file Amicus brief!”

  1. Alan Muller Says:

    Congratulations to Carol and to Bruce and Marie.

    But, the Court of Appeals should never have rejected the original Goodhue Wind Truth appeal for the trivial reason that it wasn’t sent by certified mail.

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