1. The owner of the property lists the address as 10999 Pacific View but it is legally 10995 Pacific View. It is next door to 11077 Pacific View. Attached please find copies of their websites, Facebook ages, corporation information, photos which prove that they have run this business since 2005. No one lives on the property. The corporation number is C3480158 and was formed 06/14/2012. See attached. They take clients on their horses on their property to the Serrano Rd trail. There is a lot of traffic on the weekends with many cars. They built a parking lot but don't have handicap parking. Their trucks have the name of their business written on them with their logo.
2. Attached please find photos of the grading, dirt removal, brush removal and oak tree cutting. Someone already sent in a complaint late 2013 (CV13-0505) about this which Manny Ramos is investigating. Previously there was a lawsuit concerning this creek and property. See attached. It was determined by the courts to be a protected creek with protect dirt, shrubs and oak trees. The court stated that no one may touch or pass over the creek. I inspected and photographed this March 15, 2014. There are hoof prints going from 10995 Pacific View over 11077 Pacific View and into the California state park. The people at 11077 Pacific View do not own any horses. Currently Bing, Google and Mapquest satellite images show the before photo of the creek. This was done in late 2013.
3. Attached please find photos of the illegal signs which I took March 20, 2014. They are 4' x 8' and 6' x 10' permanent wooden signs that are free standing or attached to walls and gates. Two large signs are attached to the front of 10995 Pacific View. They can be seen when driving to 11077 Pacific View. They have been there for many months and were featured in newspapers and all over the internet. They have no permit, the signs are unsafe, they have no zoning variance to place these signs. This is coastal scenic land. The signs are an eyesore. Some are on the public street.
Full complaint is 5 MB.
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