The opinion of the court was delivered by: CHARLES A. LEGGE
The parties made cross motions for summary judgment in this action. The Northern California Newspaper Guild, following entry of the court's Opinion and Order on the Cross Motion for Summary Judgment, filed on April 29, 1994, made a motion to intervene as a defendant, and plaintiff made a motion to amend its complaint. The motion to intervene was opposed and argued before the court. After reviewing the moving and opposing papers on both motions, the record of the case, and the relevant authorities, in accordance with the court's Opinion and Order on Cross Motions for Summary Judgment and in accordance with the court's oral ruling on the motion for intervention and to amend the complaint on July 1, 1994,
IT IS ORDERED AND ADJUDGED:
1. Judgment is entered in favor of plaintiff Alameda Newspapers, Inc.
2. The motion of the California Newspaper Guild to intervene as a defendant in this action is granted.
3. Oakland City Council Resolution 70367 C.M.S. is declared to be preempted by the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), and therefore invalid and unenforceable.
4. Defendants, their officers, agents, servants, employees, attorneys, and all other persons in active participation with them, are permanently enjoined from:
a. enforcing or implementing Resolution 70367 C.M.S.;
b. endorsing the boycott against plaintiff by the Central Labor Council of Alameda County, AFL-CIO;
c. requesting any citizen of Oakland to stop purchasing or advertising in The Oakland Tribune or any of plaintiff's other publications;
d. replacing The Oakland Tribune as the newspaper of record for the City of Oakland's official notices because of any labor dispute subject to the NLRA and involving Alameda Newspapers, Inc.;
e. cancelling any subscriptions to the Oakland Tribune because of any labor dispute subject to the NLRA and involving Alameda Newspapers, Inc.
f. purchasing any print media advertising space or subscriptions for the City of Oakland in any publication other than The Oakland Tribune because of any labor dispute subject to the NLRA and involving Alameda Newspapers, Inc.; and
g. entering into any agreement with any advertising medium other than The Oakland Tribune committing the City of Oakland to the purchase of advertising space, time, or subscriptions because of any labor dispute ...