Gilbert G. Malone, Victor A. Neubaum, Malone & Neubaum, York, for appellants/appellees, David D. Schreck, et al.
Karen L. Semmelman, Gavin W. Markey, Hoffmeyer & Semmelman, York, for appellants/appellees, Donald R. Bankert and Gladys M. Bankert.
James W. Hennessey, Joanne Steinke Faul, Sherr, Moses Joffe & Zuckerman, Norristown, for appellees, North Codorus Tp., et al.
Raymond R. Smith, York, for C.L. Robinson & Sons.
Scott L. Kelley, Stonesfier & Kelley, Hanover, for Frances R. Gebhart Bldg., et al.
W. William Anderson, Smith & LeCates, York, for Wallen Homes, Inc.
Thomas F. Meister, Stetler & Gribbin, York, for Gordon L. Brown, et al.
J. Christian Ness, York, for appellees.
Crumlish, Jr., President Judge, and Craig, Doyle, Colins, Palladino, McGinley and Smith, JJ.
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David D. Schreck, Karen A. Snyder Schreck, James W. Reichard, Julie L. Reichard, William E. Altland, Judy A. Altland, Keith D. Wong, and Laurie A. Wong (collectively, Plaintiffs) and Donald R. Bankert and Gladys M. Bankert (Bankerts) appeal from an order of the Court of Common Pleas of York County (trial court) granting summary judgment in favor of North Codorus Township (Township) and Gordon L. Brown (Brown). We affirm.
The underlying facts of this case are extensively set forth in Schreck v. North Codorus Township (Schreck I), 113 Pa. Commonwealth Ct. 414, 537 A.2d 105 (1988). Briefly, Plaintiffs brought a civil action in the trial court against the Township, the Bankerts, and Brown. Plaintiffs' action consisted of trespass and assumpsit counts against the Bankerts, an assumpsit count against the Township,*fn1 and a trespass count pursuant to 42 U.S.C. § 1983 against Brown.
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The Bankerts thereafter filed crossclaims in assumpsit against the Township and Brown. The Township filed a cross-claim against ...