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iePolitics: Code Enforcement $13 Million in the hole

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CountySeal150iePolitics: SB County: 2007 audit critical of Land Use Services Department, estimated loss now at $13 million | iePolitics.com

Reliable sources are telling iePolitics that losses in San Bernardino County’s Land Use Services Department have swelled to an astounding $13 million, more than double the previously disclosed amount.

Internal County of San Bernardino County documents obtained by this blog indicate that in 2007, the Auditor-Controller expressed concerns over internal controls in the Land Use Services Department.

Specifically, that deferred revenue and earned revenue could be misstated in financial statements.

In a letter to Land Use Services Director Julie Rynerson Rock dated November 29, 2007, Chief Auditor Howard Ochi expressed concerns regarding seven findings made by his department.

The seven findings is as follows. Read More

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Cactus Thorns has been online in one form or the other since 2001. What started as a personal blog documenting the corruption and lack of Due Process of the 29 Palms Community Development Department has turned into over these many years into a hugely popular Independent Alternative News Media Outlet. We have partnered with other media including The Desert Star Weekly, Joshua Tree Star, other blogs, indie media and an incredible staff of volunteer Reporters, Commentators and Opinion Makers to create one of the most read, honest and dependable alternative to the Local traditional Media services in the country. Thanks to you the reader we are in the 5% of most read sites in the World.

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  1. This does not surprise me one bit. When the county of San Bernardino passed Ordinance 3973 to quiet a small bunch of gadflies code enforcement essentially took over the roll of the sheriffs department and the costs. There were already laws addressing trespass, noise, speed, disturbing the peace, curfew, drunkenness or any number of the problems people have with one another that were handled by the sheriff.

    These gadflies have created a community problem out of their own personal inability to interact with their neighbors. They want others through government action, to deal with a personal nuisance with draconian laws that effect every law abiding citizen but have no effect on those who never follow the laws anyway.

    There are avenues to address personal nuisance that does not infringe upon the rights of others, the peaceful assembly of those who use this area for legitimate recreational purposes and involving code enforcement.

    Lets face it when you have code enforcement monitoring a family for a weekend staging permit something is wrong. Hopefully with this shortfall of money the public will be without the code enforcement public nuisance

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