Code Enforcement Appeal/Abatement Hearing 

Date: January 21, 2022

Time: 9:00 a.m. - 12:59 p.m.

Registration Required: No

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Topic: County of Sonoma - Code Enforcement Hearings
Jan. 21, 2022, 9 a.m, Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Time: 9 a.m.
File: VCM21-0743
Owners: Miguel Guzman & Faviola Farias
Location: 1100 Ozone Drive, Santa Rosa
APN: 060-360-018
Staff: Todd Hoffman
Violation: To consider the appeal of the administrative determination for as the assessment of Civil Penalties related to unpermitted commercial cannabis, the placement of a sea/land cargo container in violation of Sonoma County Code Chapter 7, and the use of the property for the construction of a five foot (5') solid wood fence in the front yard setback, and an occupied travel trailer, in violation of Chapter 26 of the Sonoma County Code.

Time: 1:00pm
File: VBU21-0693
Owners: Andy Saberi & Zaida Saberi, Trustees of 2001 Andy Saberi & Zaida Saberi Revocable Trust
Location: 4550 Hwy 101 South, Petaluma
APN: 019-330-034
Staff: Andrew Lee
Violation: To consider the appeal of the administrative determination of a dangerous building abandoned in excess of six months and an attractive nuisance in violation of Sonoma County Code Chapter 7.

ADA Accessibility: The County of Sonoma does not discriminate on the basis of disability and no person shall, by reason of a disability, be denied the benefits of its services, programs, or activities. This hearing is located in an accessible facility. If you wish to request a copy of the Agenda in an alternate format, or would like to attend this meeting and will require special assistance in order to participate, please contact Ashley Taylor at (707) 565-1904 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing to make arrangements.

Administrative Hearings are conducted at the time stated on the agenda, or after the stated time if another item takes longer. County staff will first give a brief report, followed by the property owner or his/her agent’s presentation.

If you wish to speak on an item which appears on this agenda, please wait for the County and the property owner’s presentations to conclude. Typically, the Hearing Officer will then open the hearing for public comment. The hearings are recorded by a stenographer and all testimony must be given through the microphone or submitted in writing. Please state your name upon approaching the microphone. Each person may speak only once and is usually granted 3 to 5 minutes. Time limits are at the discretion of the Hearing Officer.

Please be respectful of the speakers and the varying points of view. No clapping, booing, or speaking out of turn. At the end of the hearing, the owner may be given an opportunity to respond to the comments received. The Hearing Officer will close the public hearing and once the hearing is closed, no further public comments can be received. The Hearing Officer will then review the matter at hand and make a decision within 20 days from the date of the hearing.