The Order states: "IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the Haverty Motion to Compel is granted. The
Applicants will submit its substantive response to the data request within ten days of the date of this order."
It says "ten days", not "ten business days". Ten days from December 17 would be December 27, which is today. So, therefore, PATH has defied the Commission's order. Way to go, boys! I guess PATH has given up on trying to score any more brownie points with the Commission and intends to behave like a stubborn child instead.
Yes, we know how much this one hurts, trust me, but that doesn't mean PATH can or should simply ignore it.
Let's see... what will PATH's excuse be for defying the Commission? It seriously can't be the old "days vs. business days, not including holidays" argument, can it? Really, that one isn't going to fly. It didn't work last time, and it's not going to work this time either.
Isn't it high time that PATH realizes they're no longer driving this train, and that the citizens have taken over engineer duties? Get with the program, fellas.