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Harris v. Bennet

United States District Court, D. New Jersey

January 26, 2018

GOLDA D. HARRIS, Plaintiff,
v.
ERIC BENNET, et al, Defendants.

         Not for Publication

          OPINION & ORDER

          JOHN MICHAEL VAZQUEZ U.S.D.J.

         This case comes before the Court on Plaintiff Golda D. Harris' motion for reconsideration of this Court's Order dismissing her Complaint with prejudice. D.E. 70, 65. Plaintiffs Complaint alleges she was wrongly terminated from public housing in Plainfield, New Jersey. The Court reviewed submissions made in support of the motion and considered the motion without oral argument pursuant to Fed.R.Civ.P. 78(b) and L. Civ. R. 78.1(b). For the reasons that follow, the Plaintiffs motion is DENIED.

         I. Background & Procedural History

         The factual background of this case is taken from this Court's May 2, 2017 Opinion denying Plaintiffs motion for default and summary judgment, and dismissing the Complaint. D.E. 64. The crux of Plaintiff s allegations is that Defendants wrongfully evicted Plaintiff from her home without due process in violation of 42 U.S.C. § 1427d(k) and 42 U.S.C. § 1983. Complaint ("Compl.") at ¶¶2, 6. In Plaintiffs "statement of claims, " she alleges that

1. Defendants Bennett, Wood, Sutton and Smith did not allow or give notice to Plaintiff of the notice of termination or the grievance process, even after plaintiff requested it.
2. The above defendants did not follow the HUD grievance procedures concerning eviction and tenancy terminations.
3. The above defendants denied plaintiff an opportunity to file a timely appeal or any appeal.
4. The defendants did not provide safety maintenance and insurance on the premises causing plaintiff injuries, debts, and damages.
5. The defendants perjured affidavits to avoid responsibility, restitution, compensation, and discovery.
6.1 reserve the right to amend the claims.

Compl. at ¶6. The relief Plaintiff seeks, as quoted directly from the Complaint, states as follows:

1. Removal of LT-801-09 and LT-9518-08 to district ...

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