PATH is represented by the odious and insufferable shysters from Jackson Kelly that were so much fun during the PATH CPCN case in West Virginia. The sophomoric haranguing of opponents that floats Jackson Kelly schmuck Melick's boat comes through loud and clear.
Q. Did -- did anybody at PATH try to force you to sell property to them at this time?
MR. BOWLES: I'm going to object to the form of the question. What does "force" mean? It's not clear.
MR. MELICK: That's an English word.
Q. (By Mr. Melick) Did anybody -- if you don't understand the question, I'll -- I'll explain it to....
Honestly, what a dipstick. But once you get over the vaudeville going on, reading PATH's feeble lies is interesting, in a train wreck sort of way. For instance, the Melick-clown keeps trying to insist that had the developer properly recorded the subdivision with the county that PATH would have avoided crossing through a subdivision. Hahahahahahahaaa! I seem to remember PATH's original route marching through my own subdivision (properly recorded in 1981) with such severity that 16 out of 31 existing homes would have been gone. And then there was PATH's arrogant assertion to the owners of these homes, at their dog & pony show, that these homes in the way would simply be torn down and disposed of. Way to go, fellas! :-)
So what? Even if the developer didn't record the subdivision properly, it's not going to win PATH any brownie points.
If you're one of the thousands of landowners who still has PATH's "suspended" project looming over your property, this might be a case worth following.