Attorney-at-Law

STREET FURNITURE

In Uncategorized on 12/30/2019 at 17:58

Although some municipalities will fine you if you pick up abandoned furniture from the curb (they make money from salvaging), some such has found its way into many a flat in Our Fair City. Perhaps the item was even refurbished somewhat.

Today, Ch J Maurice B (“Mighty Mo”) Foley, alerted by some means to an item left at curbside yesterday, undertakes to refurbish same.

Here, once again, is Maria R. Manzanarez, Docket No. 19592-18, filed 12/30/19.

Correcting my blogpost “Kicked to the Curb,” 12/29/19, Ch J Mighty Mo says as follows.

“It has come to the Court’s attention that the Order dated December 26, 2019, may have been unclear. Accordingly, upon due consideration, it is

“ORDERED that the Court’s Order dated December 26, 2019, is amended in that the Ordered paragraph is deemed to read as follows:

“’ORDERED that the name of the street in petitioner’s address is corrected on the Court’s records to be: Berkley Avenue.’”

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