An environmental group and an Indian tribe have earned a nice payday thanks to a court ruling issued by U.S. District Judge Henry Kennedy. Kennedy adopted in substantial part Magistrate Judge John Facciola's report and recommendation that awarded attorney fees to the plaintiffs for a successful suit against the Army Corps of Engineers. In March 2009, Kennedy found that the Corps and EPA had run afoul of the Clean Water Act in approving a permit for a massive reservoir project in King William County, Virginia. A few months later, Newport News, Va., officials threw in the towel in their attempt to build the reservoir. Documents from the case Mattaponi Indian Tribe motion for $262,325 in fees and its supplemental motion for $21,665 Alliance to Save the Mattaponi, Chesapeake Bay Foundation and Sierra Club, Virginia Chapter's motion for $355,902 and their supplemental motion for $14,781
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