Businessman who gave $25,000 for Paterno statue wants to know plans for it
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (MCT) — A local businessman who gave $25,000 for the Joe Paterno statue that was taken down over the weekend would like to hear from the university about its decision and its plans for it.
Eddie Lauth, a State College resident and the founder of Aqua Penn, went as far as asking a Centre County judge for a preliminary injunction on Friday to stop Penn State from removing the bronze statue of the former football coach. But Judge Pamela A. Ruest denied the request and scheduled a hearing for Tuesday afternoon that all but appears to be moot now that the university took down the statue Sunday morning.
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