I am not sure about this:
Although Halas filmed the pornographic scenes before she was employed at the middle school -- between 2005 and 2006 -– the ongoing availability of the videos will impede her ability to be an effective teacher, wrote Judge Julie Cabos-Owen.
"Ongoing" seems to fit an activity or event better, not a quality. "Availability" is a quality. So, is the usage in the example sentence wrong?