Tuesday, November 13, 2012

UCLA and the Regents Denied a Stay of the Injunction on Selling the Japanese Garden

Loyal readers of this blog will recall the ongoing attempt by UCLA to sell the Japanese Garden that was supposed to be maintained in perpetuity.  They will recall that garden supporters got an injunction against the sale.  UCLA and the Regents asked for a stay of the injunction. That request was denied back on October 26.  The decision says a stay would not "promote the interests of justice."

You can read the decision at:

Our loyal readers will also recall that we have urged UCLA to sit down with those who have an interest in preserving the Japanese Garden for a discussion of alternatives rather than dealing with the matter in court. It's but one of our entirely reasonable suggestions on this blog that goes out in the ether but fails to penetrate Murphy Hall.

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