MOUNT VERNON — A hearing on the temporary restraining order issued last week to allow American Electric Power Service Corp. to recover materials it owned at PACS Industries resulted in more than an hour of lawyer talk, at least one recess for the lawyers to try to reach an agreement, and finally, a relatively simple solution.

The session began with attorney Brian Murphy, representing AEP, moving to rescind the restraining order and said he had the keys to return to PACS representatives. AEP had removed its material and sent it to a facility in Indiana which will complete the contract AEP had with PACS.

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