Arizona COA Holds Hopi Tribe May Proceed on Public Nuisance Claim against City of Flagstaff/Arizona Snowbowl

Here is the unpublished opinion:

CV12-0370

An excerpt:

The superior court’s judgment dismissing the Tribe’s public nuisance claim is reversed. Although reversing, this decision does not address the merits of the public nuisance claim but, instead, addresses only the issues properly presented and decided on this appeal from the dismissal of the complaint pursuant to Arizona Rule of Civil Procedure 12(b)(6).

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