Niagara Gazette

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May 2, 2013

Court ruling on Maid of the Mist work disputed

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Niagara Gazette — Ricciuti has also received a letter from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission granting a rehearing for matters related to the way that the land was transferred. He said his attorney, Linda R. Shaw, is still trying to determine if the rehearing might help the group stop what they see as the destruction of the Schoellkopf site.

Ricciuti hopes both documents can help him stop what he has described as the “cannibalization of a piece of the region’s history.

“We are hoping we can sift through the federal regulations to determine whether these documents have any relevance,” Ricciutti said. “We’re doing our due diligence and we will see what happens.”

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