Mt.Taylor Litigation Successfully Concludes

August 14, 2014 by William Cook

Following the New Mexico Supreme Court's unanimous decision that reinstated Mt. Taylor's designation as a registered cultural property, the district court judge has now vacated the original order that set the designation aside. The district court's order is significant in that it officially brings to a close the contentious litigation over the designation's validity, and re-affirms the correctness of the decision by the New Mexico Cultural Properties Review Committee to place Mt. Taylor on the state's official list of cultural properties on September 14, 2009.

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