Berkeley Oak Grove Controversy - Court Cases - Initial Lawsuit - Intermediate Ruling

Intermediate Ruling

On July 22, 2008 Judge Miller handed down what was thought to be her final ruling. Judge Miller ruled that the University's amended proposal satisfied environmental and seismic safety requirements. Judge Miller also ruled that her previous injunction against construction on the site would be lifted in seven days, on July 29, 2008, allowing the university to remove the trees and begin construction. Judge Miller ruled that the plaintiffs would have to pay 85% of the university's court costs, split evenly among the three parties, not including attorney fees.

The university claimed that each day of delay cost $47,000 in additional security and increases in construction costs.

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