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Status: AR-Archived
Industry Code: RR-RAILROAD
Purpose Code: CSS-Complaint on service or safety
Date Opened: 6/22/1987
Date Closed: 8/9/1989
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08/09/1989Entry closing case as the requirements of the 11/10/87 Order have been fulfilled.0
07/12/1989Inter-Office Communications from T. King, RE: to R. Malone report that the devices have been installed.0
02/23/1988Entry granting complainant's motion to dismiss the portion of the complaint requesting installation of protective devices at the Horton Street grade crossing.0
01/25/1988Motion to Dismiss filed by and on behalf of J. Brenner.0
12/28/1987Schedule for completion of the installation of the West Street crossing protection devices filed by D. Donovan on behalf of Conrail.0
12/04/1987Investigation report filed on behalf of the staff of the PUCO by G. Sandridge.0
11/13/1987Letter filed by W. Smith, Director of Conrail to: Wm. Brenner.0
11/10/1987Entry ordering the railroad section of the Commission initi- ate an investigation; Ordering Conrail provide within 60 days of this Entry a schedule for completion of the installa tion of the West Street crossing protection devises.0
09/08/1987Answer of Consolidated Rail Corporation with Certificate of Service filed by D. Donovan.0
08/05/1987Entry ordering motion to dismiss the complaint against Amtrak be granted; Ordering that the Village of Stryker be made a party in this proceeding. (AE)0
07/23/1987Ordinance of the Village of Stryker filed on behalf of the Complainant by W. Brenner.0
07/09/1987Answer and Motion to dismiss filed on behalf of the respondent by P. Craig.0
07/09/1987Motion for joinder of necessary party filed on behalf of the respondent by D. Donovan.0
06/24/1987Complaint letter's sent respondents June 24, 1987.0
06/22/1987Complaint of William J. Brenner against Conrail and Amtrak for alleged unsafe and hazardous conditions due inadequate protective devices.0
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