Grand jury report: County slammed for not enforcing ordinance

By From page A1 | July 07, 2014

According to the annual Grand Jury report, several county departments and individuals failed to protect the public from threats to the environment and to the health of local residents. The report cites the departments of Transportation and Community Development as well as the District Attorney’s Office at best for inattention and perhaps ineptitude or bowing to political pressure regarding the lack of enforcement of several county ordinances, particularly the “Grading, Erosion and Sediment Control Ordinance.” As a result, property owners graded their land without permits causing some significant environmental impacts.

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