United States Court of Appeals, District of Columbia Circuit
SMITH LAKE IMPROVEMENT AND STAKEHOLDERS ASSOCIATION, PETITIONER
FEDERAL ENERGY REGULATORY COMMISSION, ET AL., RESPONDENTS ALABAMA POWER COMPANY, INTERVENOR
Submitted: September 8, 2014.
Reissued: January 30, 2015.
On Petition for Review of Orders of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
Richard Roos-Collins, Julie Gantenbein, and Nicholas T. Niiro were on the briefs for petitioner Smith Lake Improvement and Stakeholders Association.
Peter A. Harrison was on the brief for amici curiae Alabama Rivers Alliance, et al. in support of petitioner.
Gregory S. Farris was on the brief for amici curiae County of Winston, Alabama and School System of Winston County, Alabama.
David L. Morenoff, Acting General Counsel, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Robert H. Solomon, Solicitor, and Lisa B. Luftig, Attorney, were on the brief for respondent Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
Robert G. Dreher, Acting Assistant Attorney General, U.S. Department of Justice, and Michael T. Gray, Attorney, were on the brief for respondents U.S. Secretary of the Interior and U.S. Secretary of Agriculture. John D. Gunter II, Trial Attorney, entered an appearance.
James A. Byram Jr., P. Stephen Gidiere III, James H. Hancock Jr., and Jason B. Tompkins were on the brief for intervenor Alabama Power Company.
Before: BROWN and WILKINS, Circuit Judges, and SILBERMAN, Senior Circuit Judge.
SILBERMAN, Senior Circuit Judge.
Petitioner Smith Lake Improvement and Stakeholder
Association asserts various
claims against Respondents FERC, the Secretary of Interior, and the Secretary of Agriculture relating to the Commission's issuance of a license order. Intervenor Alabama Power moved to dismiss the Association's petition for review on the ground that we lack ...