EDC Files Notice of Appeal To 5th District Court

By  //  April 18, 2014

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ellis files Notice of Cross Appeal

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The Economic Development Commission of Florida’s Space Coast, Inc. has filed its Notice of Appeal to the Fifth District Court of Appeal of Judge John D. Moxley, Jr.’s final order in the public records lawsuit declaring the EDC to be a public entity, and pursuant to its contract with Brevard County, requiring it to turn over public records in its possession related to BlueWare, Inc.

Lynda Weatherman

Lynda Weatherman

Scott Ellis

Scott Ellis

Lynda Weatherman, EDC president and CEO, said that because of the complex nature of the case, the EDC board of directors thought it deserves a thorough due diligence process, including filing the appeal to the Fifth District Court.

The lawsuit was brought by Brevard County Clerk of the Circuit Court Scott Ellis. The Clerk has filed its Notice of Cross Appeal to the Fifth District Court of Appeal. The basis for the Clerk’s cross appeal is the Judge Moxley’s denial of attorney’s fees to the Clerk.

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