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93-1383-TR-UNC

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Case Title: DEFAULT OF VARIOUS HAZ MAT CARRIERS
Status: AR-Archived
Industry Code: TR-TRANSPORTATION
Purpose Code: UNC-Unclassified
Date Opened: 8/20/1993
Date Closed: 9/9/1993
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12/09/1994Motion requesting that the Commission dismiss Citation No. OA147998, filed on behalf of R & L Transfer, Inc. by B. Ferris. (4 pgs.)0
11/28/1994Motion for relief of judgment filed on behalf of Triton Transport Services by J. Spiros. (3 pgs.)0
11/25/1994Motion for relief from judgment filed on behalf of McCullough Construction by T. Dunn. (4 pgs.)0
10/27/1994Entry ordering that, within 30 days after the signing of this entry, each respondent listed on the entry attachment pay the forfeiture amount indicated; failure to promptly pay and forfeiture may adversely affect any other matters which a respondent may have before this Commission; that the attorney general is hereby directed to take appropriate action to enforce this order as pro- vided by law against forfeiture amount within 30 days after the signing of this entry. (52 pgs.)0
11/08/1993Letter requesting that Findlay Truck Line, Inc. not be held in default in this proceeding and that the citation should be scheduled for an initial conference with a member of the Commission's staff, filed by B. Ferris.0
11/08/1993Letter requesting that Pride Transportation, Inc. not be held in default in this proceeding and that the citation should be scheduled for an initial conference with a member of the Commission's staff, filed by B. Ferris.0
11/02/1993Letter, with attached letter from Johnson Controls requesting a telephone conference, filed on behalf of Johnson Controls by B. Ferris.0
09/29/1993Letter requesting that R & L Transfer, Inc. should not be held in default since a request for conference was filed within 30 days of receipt of the Commission's initial notice, filed by B. Ferris.0
09/09/1993Entry ordering that within 60 days of the date of this entry, each respondent listed on the attachment to this entry pay the forfeiture amount indicated or show cause why it should not be held in default and ordered to make payment of the forfeiture indidcated on the attachment; that the staff determine whether a respondent has demonstrated good cause and report to the Commission those respondents who should be found liable for and ordered to make payment of the forfeiture.0
08/20/1993In the matter of the default of various hazardous materials carriers, shippers and drivers for civil forfeitures pur- suant to Rule 4901:2-14(A), Ohio Administrative Code.0
 
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Attorney General:
Attorney Examiner:
Marvin,Robert