United States District Court, Northern District of California
July 29, 2003
BANK OF AMERICA, ET AL., PLAINTIFFS,
DALY CITY, ET AL., DEFENDANTS AND CONSOLIDATED CASES
The opinion of the court was delivered by: Claudia Wilken, District Judge
ORDER STAYING THE
EFFECTIVE DATES OF DEFENDANTS'
ORDINANCES UNTIL SIXTY DAYS
AFTER THE COURT RULES ON THE
PARTIES' CROSS-MOTIONS FOR
Now pending before the Court are plaintiffs' motions for preliminary injunction, one filed against defendant County of Alameda, and the other filed against defendants County of San Mateo, County of Contra Costa and City of Daly City. Many of the matters raised in plaintiffs' preliminary injunction motions are identical to the matters that the Court must address in ruling on the pending cross-motions for summary judgment filed by plaintiffs and defendants County of San Mateo, County of Contra Costa and City of Daly City. All defendants have informed the Court that, while they do not agree that the required showing for entry of a preliminary injunction has been made, they agree not to object to the Court's entry of an order staying the effective dates of their respective Ordinances (i.e., San Mateo County Ordinance No. 04126, as amended; Daly City Ordinance No. 1295, as amended; Contra Costa County Ordinance No. 2002-30, as amended; and Alameda County Ordinance No. 2003-28) for a period of sixty days after the Court rules on the pending cross-motions for summary judgment.
Having considered the matter and finding good cause therefore,
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the effective dates of defendants' respective Ordinances are HEREBY STAYED until sixty days after the Court issues its decision on the parties' pending cross-motions for summary judgment in this case. The motions for preliminary injunction and for an user shortening time in denied as most. [ Page 1]
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