Federal Court Lawsuit Protecting the Santa Cruz Benchlands Homeless: Documents and Audio Access

The most recent documents to follow the arguments of attorney Anthony Prince representing the Santa Cruz Homeless Union and the City Attorney Anthony Condotti can be found at https://cityofsantacruz.sharefile.com/d-s911ada8e59964e4c891a8e9690536bb9 .  The link will be active for 30 days, according to the Deputy City Clerk Administrator Julia Ward.  The documents were released in response to a Public Records demand.  Previous such requests to attorney Anthony Prince were met with refusal or silence. 

Tomorrow, Tuesday July 29 at 11:00 am   The Federal Judge will hear the case to decide if she will lift the injunction  

that makes it illegal for the City of Santa Cruz or it’s Police Force to sweep the homeless folks and all their tents and survival gear out of the San Lorenzo Park Benchlands where they have been living in tents for the last few months of the pandemic.   You may join this zoom meeting by using the link below: https://cand-uscourts.zoomgov.com/j/1613982797?pwd=QkRjaGdHbmNNbDJBcWNxRkNLbVB3QT09

There will be a demonstration at San Lorenzo Park at the Benchlands at 7 pm to discuss what the ruling means to the folks living in the tents at the Benchlands.  The Santa Cruz Homeless Union will meet under the Footbridge there.
Thanks to LawWatcher Laura Chatham for this additional information. 
An audio of the July 29th hearing–if someone makes it available–will be posted at http://www.huffsantacruz.org/Lostshows.html .