An interesting letter delivered to the Humboldt Mirror mailbox over the weekend states that the residence of a certain Community Development Disservices Director may violate the codes and ordinances he is charged with enforcing.
The story goes that the unidentified appointee lives on a seven-acre parcel with an 800-foot driveway—and no secondary access road.
A subdivision that far removed from a public road typically requires both primary and secondary access routes, or a single access wide enough for large vehicles to pass each other in case of emergency.
Does the CDS director have either?
We’re just asking.
But our correspondent suggests he does not.
“He uses the same scenario as a method to deny others homes under his watch,” our source said. “He has his but no one else can have any?”
Hmmm. Good question.
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