City of Norfolk v. Va. Dep’t of Env. Quality

The court declined to reconsider its previous ruling that the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality had served a Final Decision granting appropriate variances to Select Recycling Waste Services Inc. for a recycling/recovery facility. Because the City of Norfolk didn’t present any evidence that proper service had not been made, VDEQ’s prima facie evidence of service was uncontested and therefore prevailed.

Motion to reconsider denied.

City of Norfolk v. Va. Dep’t of Env. Quality, No. CL18-3062, Oct. 16, 2018. Norfolk Cir. (Lannetti).



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