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United States District Court
for the
Eastern District of Oklahoma



UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,    

                  Plaintiff,

                  v.

CITY OF STILWELL, OKLAHOMA,   
et al.,

                  Defendants.


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Case No. CIV 96-196 B

 

AMENDMENT TO UNITED STATES' REPLY TO DEFENDANTS'
RESPONSE TO STATEMENT OF MATERIAL FACTS
TO WHICH THERE IS NO GENUINE ISSUE

On January 9, 1998, as part of its summary judgment papers, the United States filed a reply to defendants' response to the United States' Statement of Material Facts As To Which There Is No Genuine Issue. In replying to paragraph 18 of the statement of facts (at page 9), the United States inadvertently dropped a "not" from the sentence. After noting that defendants had admitted the statement in paragraph 18, the reply should have read: "Defendants then asserted that drilling a well costs approximately $750, and the likelihood of obtaining water in the Stilwell area is better than 75%, which does not dispute the statement." A corrected copy of page 9 is attached.

    Respectfully submitted,



_______________/s/________________
JOHN R. READ
MICHELE B. CANO
MICHAEL D. BILLIEL
Attorneys
United States Department of Justice
Antitrust Division
325 Seventh Street, N.W., Suite 500
Washington, D.C. 20530
(202) 307-0468

January 21, 1998