Issue: (1) Whether Calderon v. Thompson bars a circuit court from reconsidering
an issue after the time in which to seek rehearing
in the circuit court and certiorari in
this Court has passed, and where this Court
relied on the finality of the circuit court decision
in exercising its jurisdiction; and (2) whether a multi-jurisdiction municipal stormwater
permit issued under the Clean Water
Act can be construed to impose liability on a co-permittee
without evidence that the co-permittee
discharged pollutants in violation
of the permit, where federal regulations provide
that each co-permittee is only responsible
for its own discharges and where the
monitoring specified in the permit measures
pollutants discharged by multiple upstream
sources without any means to measure the
contribution of any individual co-permittee.
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