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Stacey Colson v. Town of Randolph (August 5, 2010)

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Stacey Colson v. Town of Randolph (August 5, 2010)
STATE OF VERMONT
DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
Stacey Colson Opinion No. 20R-10WC
v. By: Phyllis Phillips, Esq.
Hearing Officer
Town of Randolph
For: Valerie Rickert
Acting Commissioner
State File No. U-09762
RULING ON CLAIMANT’S MOTION TO APPEND FACTS AND TO RECONSIDER
Claimant moves both to append additional facts and to reconsider the Commissioner’s June 4, 2010 Order granting summary judgment in Defendant’s favor. Pursuant to 21 V.S.A. §672, Claimant also has appealed the Commissioner’s ruling to the Vermont Supreme Court.
I can find no basis for appending additional facts to the June 4, 2010 ruling. None of the facts Claimant seeks to add are relevant to the specific grounds upon which the ruling was based.
As for Claimant’s request for reconsideration, it is based on arguments that already were raised and rejected in the context of the June 4, 2010 ruling. Having filed his appeal, jurisdiction now rests with the Vermont Supreme Court to consider them.
Claimant’s Motion to Append Facts and to Reconsider is DENIED.
DATED at Montpelier, Vermont this 5th day of August 2010.
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Valerie Rickert
Acting Commissioner

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