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‘Stop-work’ order on Guerneville-area timber conversion

‘Stop-work’ order on Guerneville-area
timber conversion

by Martin Espinoza
Press Democrat
May, 2011

[excerpt:]

Sonoma County code enforcement officials are scheduled Monday to inspect a 10-acre timberland conversion project on property near Pocket Canyon, just east of Guerneville, owned by winemaker Paul Hobbs. . .

Although Hobbs obtained a timberland conversion permit from the state Department of Forestry and Fire Protection for the Pocket Canyon property, he did not meet additional conditions of that permit, specifically obtaining a use permit and grading permit from the county, county officials said. County officials said they had issued a “stop-work” order on the site pending the inspection Monday. . .

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