The Sierra Club and Friends of the Earth Incorporated had sued the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and the Department of the Interior for allowing developers to construct six 20-story buildings on the Fort Morgan Peninsula.
U.S. District Judge Charles R. Butler issued a 50-page order that takes the federal officials to task for granting permits for the project prematurely.
Butler's decision allows the case to proceed to a possible trial.
Attorney Esther Boykin of Earthjustice said this means the court will give the case a fair hearing and preserve the habitat of beach mice in the meantime.
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