Edit: Info on Order is inside. If I am understanding this correctly, good news all around! Long story short, Injunction dissolves within 7 days, unless they appeal and appeals court gives further injunction (which I understand is rare). Cal gets 85% costs (not fees, costs) split 3 ways between PHA, Berkeley, and California Oaks. And Cal could still put the beam et al back in, if they want, using only a reasonable value of CMS not a specific value. This is, by my account, a big victory for Cal. Let's see how the next week takes us.
I just spoke with CBKWit on the phone. He attempted to attend the City Council meeting that apparently was on for today. Again, just like Friday, nothing. He spoke with a woman there who may or may not be Councilmember Linda Maio, he wasn't wholly sure. The woman he spoke with said the Council was waiting for a final verdict before making a decision on appeal.
So, if the Judge is waiting for the Council to make a decision (as some have seemingly said) before issuing her final verdict, then this, well, this could take a while. Judge Miller, the ball is back in your court.