Planned surf shop hits rocks
Shane DeBerti, 20, and brother Brad, 17, had hoped to have a surf shop opened by now in the Village of Arroyo Grande with their father, Doug DeBerti, who declined to be photographed.
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#1 May 16, 2012
I have seen first hand the bussinesses Mr. Deberti built in Bakersfield. They have all been first class and very beautiful additions to our town. They compliment the surroundings and add interest to the area. Everything Doug does is over the top. His imagination goes far beyond the normal limits. Too bad I cant say the same for Mr. Fellows. Limited thinking only creates a ghost town full of empty buildings. The idea that jumps up in my mind, is that Mr. Fellows has another interest in the property. Why make someone put in another driveway and share a parking lot with a neighbor that hasn't been established? That would be like having you relocate the driveway in a house you just bought, and letting the next neighbor park on your lawn! The property has parking for that particular bussiness according to code as to how much per square foot. No one should have to provide parking for another bussiness. Maybe there is a kickback??? It smells fishy to me. It's a loss to the citizens of AG.
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