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[Fwd: court update]

Please send this to the community gardens list serve:

March 15, 2000
The Office of Attorney General Eliot Spitzer was in State Supreme
Court today for the fourth time in its continuing effort to protect
community gardens.  Judge Richard Huttner, of the state Supreme Court
in Brooklyn, indefinately extended the Temporary Restraining Order
which prohibits the City of New York from moving foward until it has
conducted the necessary environmental analysis of the loss of gardens.
 Today's decision by the Judge is an important protection for the
gardens.  However, we expect the City to appeal.
Judith Enck, Office of the Attorney General

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