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Park Village Apartments v. Mortimer Howard Trust

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA


June 18, 2012

PARK VILLAGE APARTMENTS
TENANTS ASSOCIATION, WILLIAM FOSTER, SHIRLEY SMITH, ANAHID
ISSAHAKIAN, PATRICIA JOHNSON,
MARTIN KOCH, LAWRENCE LEE, FOSTER REUBEN, MARIA LILLIAN
SANCHEZ, ALISON WRIGHT AND CORNELIUS WEEKLEY,
PLAINTIFFS,
v.
MORTIMER HOWARD TRUST, MORTIMER R. HOWARD, 27 28 DEFENDANTS.

BAY AREA LEGAL AID LISA GREIF, State Bar No. 214537 NAOMI YOUNG, State Bar No. 105041 ROBERT P. CAPISTRANO, State Bar No. 70382 1735 Telegraph Avenue Oakland, California 94612 Telephone: 510-663-4744 Facsimile: 510-663-4740 Email: lgreif@baylegal.org nyoung@baylegal.org bcapistrano@baylegal.org NATIONAL HOUSING LAW PROJECT JAMES R. GROW, State Bar No. 83548 KENT QIAN, State Bar No. 264944 703 Market St. Suite 2000 San Francisco, CA 94103 Telephone: 415-546-7000 Facsimile: 415-546-7007 Email: jgrow@nhlp.org kqian@nhlp.org Attorneys for Plaintiffs PARK VILLAGE APARTMENTS TENANTS ASSOCIATION, FOSTER, et al.

E-FILED

JOINT REQUEST TO CONTINUE SETTLEMENT CONFERENCE AND [PROPOSED] ORDER

Plaintiffs, PARK VILLAGE APARTMENT TENANTS ASSOCIATION, et al. (Plaintiffs) 2 and Defendants, MORTIMER HOWARD TRUST and MORTIMER HOWARD (Defendants), in 3 the above-entitled action, by and through respective counsel, hereby request that the settlement 4 conference with Magistrate Judge Beeler, be continued to a date to be determined by the Court's 5 availability. In an effort to assist the Court and allow sufficient time to come to a final resolution 6 on the remaining issues in the case, the parties would prefer to have the settlement conference reset 7 to a date in August 2012, if possible. 8

The reasons for this continuance request include: 9 10

1. The parties are currently engaged in settlement discussions and significant progress has been made toward a final stipulated agreement to make the preliminary injunction upheld by the Ninth Circuit on February 24, 2011 permanent.

2. This agreement will be a resolution of all issues and will include a dismissal of the 14 case. 15

3. The parties agree that only a few negotiation points remain and feel it would be more 16 productive at this time to continue settlement negotiations between themselves with the goal of a 17 final resolution.

Having reviewed the Judge Beeler's calendar for available dates, the parties agree that the 19 following dates are acceptable to them: 20 21

Monday, August 6, 2012 22

Tuesday, August 7, 2012 23

Thursday August 9, 2012 24

Additionally, Defendants also request that the deadline for filing the answer also be 25 extended to the day before the reset settlement conference date. 26 27

I hereby attest that I have on file all holograph signatures for any signatures indicated by a "conformed" signature (/s/) within this efiled document.

Dated: June 8.2012

By: /s/ Lisa S. Greif LISA S. GREIF Attorneys for Plaintiffs

Joint Request to Continue Settlement Conference and [Proposed] Order

ORDER

The Court having read and considered the Parties' request to continue the settlement 4 conference and good cause appearing, 5

IT IS ORDERED that the request is granted. 6

The settlement conference will be reschedule to ___________________________ and Defendants' answer will be due on ____________________________.

DATED:

UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE

20120618

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