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Hon. James T. McClymonds

Wrong Hon. James T. McClymonds?

Chief Administrative Law Judge

Department of Environmental Conservation
625 Broadway
Albany , New York 12233
United States

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Membership Benefits : NYSALJA, 23 Sept 2014 [cached]
Hon. James T. McClymonds, Immediate Past President
Submissions should be made to James ..., 8 July 2008 [cached]
Submissions should be made to James T. McClymonds, chief administrative law judge, NYSDEC, Office of Hearings and Mediation Services, 625 Broadway, Albany, NY, 12233-1550.The office may be reached by calling 518-402-9003.
Access to Government Lands - New York Index, 24 April 2014 [cached]
The DEC’s Chief DEC Administrative Law Judge James T. McClymonds concluded that the Department of Environmental Conservation staff failed to overcome the presumption that Old Mountain Road between the towns of North Elba and Keene in Essex County continues to exist as a public highway, whether as a town road or other legal public right-of way.
The issues conference and possible ..., 29 Oct 2014 [cached]
The issues conference and possible adjudicatory hearing will be held before James McClymonds, chief administrative law judge for the DEC's Office of Hearings and Mediation Services. At the end of the process, Judge McClymonds will prepare a formal report for DEC Commissioner Joseph Martens, who has the final say.
DEC Administrative Judge Rules in Favor of McCulley’s Use of Old Mountain Road, 19 May 2009 [cached]
The DEC staff’s second attempt to charge Mr. McCulley for riding his motor vehicle in the Adirondack Forest Preserve was rejected in May by the DEC Chief Administrative Law Judge McClymonds and Commissioner Grannis in a 46-page Hearing Report and Decision and Order.
The second time the DEC brought an enforcement action against McCulley, it brought the action in DEC Administrative Court, where the matter was assigned to Chief Administrative Law Judge James T. McClymonds, who presided over a three-day administrative hearing in Ray Brook, New York, on November 13-15, 2007.
Judge McClymonds issued a 37-page Hearing Report dated March 27, 2009, which established the salient points of the historic record and law, and concluded:
Pointing out that “the Department has failed to make a prima facie showing that Old Mountain Road is not a town road or public right-of-way,” Judge McClymonds wrote:
“In conclusion, based on the law and the facts in this matter, Judge McClymonds recommended in his Hearing Report that I grant Mr. McCulley ’s motion to dismiss this enforcement proceeding against him on the ground that Department staff has not demonstrated that Old Mountain Road was, as a matter of law, an abandoned road pursuant to New York Highway law sections 205(1) (abandonment after six years) and 205(2) (qualified abandonment) or that the road is not a legal right-of-way for public use.
Whatever the future holds specifically for Old Mountain Road, the stunning Hearing Report by Chief DEC Administrative Law Judge McClymonds and the Decision and Order by DEC Commissioner Grannis, as well as the 2005 ruling by Essex County Supreme Court Judge Halloran, should serve premier guidance for the legal treatment of old town roads and rights-of-ways in New York State, especially for those roads and rights-of-way in the Forest Preserve.
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