• Jennifer Heywood

Aksamit Resource Management’s Public Records Request Denied

Recent court orders find in favor of public power entities in identical cases against Aksamit Resource Managment. A Platte County District Court judge found in favor of Nebraska Public Power District—ruling that because there was no public purpose in doing so, NPPD does not have to turn over records that would show how much it costs to generate electricity at its power plants. A similar case is pending before the Lancaster County District Court, where the judge ruled that there is a dispute as to the facts of the case between MEAN and Aksamit, thereby denying Aksamit a summary judgment decision and instead requiring the matter go to trial. Stay tuned for info regarding an appeal of the Platte County decision and pending trials in Lancaster and Douglas counties. For more information see:

MEAN Order

NPPD Order

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