Posted: Jun 18, 2010 1:35 PM by Ariel Wesler
Updated: Jun 18, 2010 1:40 PM
No ruling during today's hearing in the ongoing struggle between Sunny Acres Owner Dan De Vaul and San Luis Obispo county.
Tthe judge wants more time to decide whether to issue an injunction that could force 20 residents to move out of the sober living facility. He said in a preliminary ruling he believes there are public health and safety violations and an overwhelming resistance to comply from De Vaul.
Both sides argue neither one is willing to cooperate.
"We could be doing so much more if we weren't chasing up here to the courthouse and jumping through all these hoops that aren't necessary if we got an agreement with the county of what we really need to be doing. I just see it as a hell of a waste, said Sunny Acres Owner Dan De Vaul.
The county declined to comment until a ruling was issued. No word yet on when the judge will make his decision.
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