Embattled businessman Mark Maloney was a no-show in court today as the case brought by Chief Town Planner Mark Cummins against his Rock Hard Cement company came up for hearing.
However, his absence was not due to any neglect on his part.
Magistrate Douglas Frederick told the court that a court marshal had refused to serve Maloney with the summons to appear in court.
After chastising the marshal for not “carrying out his duties”, the magistrate adjourned the matter until June 24.
Rock Hard is accused of not complying with a stop order at the Flour Mill site off Spring Garden, St Michael.
The company was also ordered to demolish a concrete structure used to store its cement material.
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