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Home Based Mortuary in Yucca Valley?

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Yucca Valley, Ca.,- There are many home based “cottage industries” soon to appear on the horizon to compete with stand-alone buildings conducting business in commercial zones meeting higher commercial standards of doing business. 

A workshop will be conducted this Tuesday, May 27th, at the Yucca Valley Community Center to hear from the citizens as to the types of businesses allowed in residential neighborhoods or apartment complexes.

The prevailing attitude of the Planning Commission Chair, Tim Humphreville, is ANY legal business should be allowed to be conducted out of the home, without regard for the neighbor’s “Right to Quiet Enjoyment” of THEIR own property.

This workshop will address many issues including selling guns and ammunition out of the local neighborhood, hours of operation, number of trips to the home business, number of deliveries, size/contents of the delivery trucks, appropriate lot size requirements and storage issues.

Please write or call your friends and neighbors to participate in this workshop before this commission sets up the Home Occupation Permit wording to govern our quality of life.

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Margo Sturges

Yucca Valley Editor

Note: Margo Sturges has written many articles for Cactus Thorns and is the founder of Citizens4Change.info. Email contact: MargoSturgesYV(at)aol.com "In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act."- George Orwell


  1. Peytonplace Peytonplace says:

    what the fer is that spanx high heeling humperville trying to mumble out his high school education about our der’ Margo? heck you are gross to look at from this old man’s old eyeballs.t
    Humperville needs tighter spanks to hold his youngin’ tongue! this cowboy with hips that make a girl weep, has no manners towrads others, no lips either, does he kiss asses too much?
    humperman cool it, you re a youngin’ fool in a hot springs of minerals around you and someone just might pay a visit to yur house with a jeep spotlighted your collection of womens’s clothing and spanx! go margo!

  2. Tim Humphreville Tim Humphreville says:

    Dan, you must be so proud! Two horseshit stories from Magot, full of the same typical lies she spouts every day. Peytonplace, Find some balls and show up! Don’t just threaten me, your not man enough to even put your name on the shit you spout, hiding behind a keyboard must make you feel real good. Dan you told me you wanted to sell the blog, you better hurry, it still might be worth 10 dollars, this week that is.

    • Dan OBrien Dan OBrien says:

      The door was opened many years ago Margo. By the way happy birthday.

      I have ZERO problem with Home based businesses. As long as the rules are the same and the playing field is level.

      I don’t see a problem with a tattoo parlor, or hair salon, or even a gun shop. Heavier retail or commercial activites like liquor stores and used furniture stores might well be more suited to commercial zones.

  3. Timmy, you have to learn how to roll with the punches.

    Can you write a story and build a case for home businesses? Do you draw the line somewhere? Have you balanced the rights of the homeowner or occupant against the quiet peace and enjoyment of the premises?

    Your attack on Dano was uncalled for.

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