The case of Lisa Bright, former head of the Boynton Beach Community Redevelopment Agency, vs. Boynton Beach could go to trial Oct. 15, but only if attorneys for both parties file the required paperwork with the court and have communicated with each other about potential witnesses and other case issues, Palm Beach County Circuit Judge Jack Cox said Tuesday.
Cox, in a hearing with attorneys for Bright and the CRA, also delayed ruling on several motions filed by both parties, including one filed by Bright’s attorney Christina Kitterman that looks to add the city, former Mayor José Rodriguez and the city’s attorney to a lawsuit filed by Bright in 2011.
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