Aquila takes power-plant case to state high court
Mar 19, 2008 | Posted by: Kansas City Star | Full story: Kansas City Star
Aquila Inc. appealed today to the Missouri Supreme Court in its fight to save its South Harper power plant in Cass County.
The filing came two weeks after a state appeals court ruled against the Kansas City utility, which built the $140 million plant near Peculiar without getting zoning approval.
The new Aquila motion says the court determination to destroy the plant is not only incorrect, but one that would 'result in a colossal waste of resources and significant harm to consumers.'
The case also could be reheard by the entire appeals court. So far in the long legal battle, the lower courts have found in favor of Cass County. Read more
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