Trailer park with code enforcement i...

Trailer park with code enforcement issues.

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Joe

Lady Lake, FL

#1 Nov 23, 2011
The trailer park on Beach Street & Madison Avenue was inspected by code enforcement officers. Every residence in the park was in violation. The tennants are claiming harrassment by Chief Mike Chitwood who heads the investigation. One resident claimed that the Aloha trailer park, was the only one that would take her deposit. Keep in mind three of the people on tape, appeared as though they have a substance abuse problem. Possibly even the park manager [it would explain the leniency] Four people we're arrested on outstanding warrants for reasons unknown. The tennants are being supported by the housing authorities, claiming it is a violation of rights...
Joe

Lady Lake, FL

#2 Nov 23, 2011
It's difficult to image that anyone in Daytona would not want improvements made to Beach Street & residential areas. It certainly follows a pattern of selfish- self abusing victimized people who most likely have substance abuse problems to claim their rights are being violated. The publics right is being violated when local gov't buys property exceeding the actually cost & sells it to Jack White Land Co. Chitwood is always acused of over using the word scumbag, it's only the people that are scumbags that take offense to it.
Fitus T Bluster

Winter Garden, FL

#3 Nov 24, 2011
anyplace you have filthy section 8 slugs you are going to have this stuff, section 8 parasites have a culture of filth and entitlement. everyplace the government dumps these maggots turns into a hell hole.
Joe

Lady Lake, FL

#4 Nov 26, 2011
It wouldn't be surprising if the city officals were trying to push them out. It's Kelly White's district, it's ashame that tax money is being wasted either way. The funny thing is, to protest the idea one of the residents pad locked themselves inside [lol] imagine that pad locking yourself inside a trail-er ridiculous!
Tom

Edgewater, FL

#5 Nov 26, 2011
Yes - put them all out on the streets. Daytona needs all the homeless we can get.
Joe

Lady Lake, FL

#6 Nov 29, 2011
Tom wrote:
Yes - put them all out on the streets. Daytona needs all the homeless we can get.
No..No don't give up! They pay about $500-550 a month in rent. If it's illegal money that solves one problem. Chief Chitwood can smell the dirt. He likes raids. lock e'm up!
Bill

Tampa, FL

#7 Dec 5, 2011
Was this the trailer park where the Daytona P.D. mercilessly beat a trailer into submission?
joe

Lady Lake, FL

#8 Dec 6, 2011
Bill wrote:
Was this the trailer park where the Daytona P.D. mercilessly beat a trailer into submission?
No it wasn't. It's suspected that the raid [even though it's with reason] was planned in an attempt for local gov't to buy the property using tax money after it's seized to monopolize aand control any type of outside business investment. Not- suggesting/ Insisting on it.!!
past worker

Boonsboro, MD

#9 May 9, 2013
worked there years ago, mr jatroodi invested alot of money and time to bring it up, and yes we did rent to lower class but who else in daytona would. we tried to helpthem out, but the mighty chitwood and clan thought it was easy pickings for them, and dont like those kind in daytona, so let close down anyone who helps them, mr jafroodi always fixed code problems when he was notified on them, the SCUM doesnt walk the streets in daytona, the people who run it are the SCUM, thats why i moved out of state,
Joe

Fort Wayne, IN

#10 May 10, 2013
The landlord supplied drugs to the tennants that lived on government assistance qccording to a wesh 2 news report.
Julie

Ormond Beach, FL

#11 Dec 1, 2013
Thanks for the favor Joe
Julie

Ormond Beach, FL

#12 Dec 1, 2013
I missed that and called the station. Maybe, it was you who bought the drugs there or did you sell them
Julie J

Ormond Beach, FL

#13 Dec 1, 2013
I walk the street their all the time. What were you on when you were watching the news.....
Joe

Hollywood, FL

#14 Dec 1, 2013
You're the one walking the streets. Nobodies selling what you want to buy.
Joe

Hollywood, FL

#15 Dec 2, 2013
Nobodies buy'in what you're selling
Joe

Hollywood, FL

#16 Dec 2, 2013
Former special magistrate Jerry Mitchell [South Daytona] accepted bribe money, from Ramara Garrett. The code enforcement officer of Daytona Beach is accepting bribes and will be mentioned in an investigation.
Julie J

Ormond Beach, FL

#17 Dec 3, 2013
I will give you credit. You know that Code Enforcement is on the take in S. Daytona including the former Mayor and a few others, but you wont acknowledge that Daytona is just as corrupt.

Daytona is the only City that I know of that has Code Enforcement that is made up of Police Officers. What do Police know about Code Enforcement,,,

Was the mobile home park really a Code Enforcement problem or a political game.....

Actually, its called inverse condemnation as opposed to eminent domain. A wrongful taking by the City of Daytona in that they want the property but did not want to compensate the owner for it.

Instead they harassed him to death as opposed to exerting any efforts for assistance through the Police(Code Enforcement Officer).

If the owner was a drug dealer - how easy that would be to shut down the park. Crime actually went down in the area. Funny, across the street the houses were owned by a Police Officer, but he was never harassed.

By the way, the irony is that the park contains Osprey, a protected species in Florida.

I am beginning to like you. Your catching on.

Police officers in S. Daytona were the drug dealers. Did you know at least one officer was selling large amounts of pain killers.

Was the owner really not doing his job or the City...

From what understand Mr. Jafroodi has a very good reputation in turning around non-performing or troubled properties all over Central Florida with the exception of two cities that you mention.

Did you know Chitwood gets paid 160,000 a year to "run" a drug infested City. However, Chitwood lives in Port Orange. Ha! Interestly, his brother runs the Speedway. Who is Chitwood really employed by.

Mayor Henry could change things if he wasn't constantly harassed also; maybe, because he is black. Interestingly, Mr. Jafroodi in an article involving S. Daytona comments in the News Journal Article that a lot of the problems are racially motivated.

The Code Enforcement Office and, therefore, the Police Department need to be investigated. Bribes is among the least of there criminal and strong arm tactics.
Joe

Fort Wayne, IN

#18 Dec 4, 2013
The raid on Sharks Lounge had the owner bragging that he would beat the rap claiming an issue of violation of rights. Drug activity continues. The Heritage Motel was raided for having a meth lab and Joyce Cusack made an issue of appointing the owner to the H.A.A. Board. The top of the list in corruption [R.J. Larissa] goes down to the bottom. The top of the list in law enforcement [with corruption] starts at the top [Ben Johnson] and works it's way down. When Trudie Kibbe Reed had a hard time getting what she wanted [B.C.U. independent police] accusation of racism directed toward Chitwood became an issue. Articles in the News Journal don't provide information. It only determines where the lies are coming from. Judge Joseph Will presides over drug prostitution cases. That's corruption. Mark Criswell received a slap on the wrist for ruining the life of David Summers. When former city officials beat people to the point of serious damage, and city employees [life guards] ruin people lives because their relaxing on the beach [Erin Joynt] there's a serious government problem.
Joe

Fort Wayne, IN

#19 Dec 4, 2013
Jermaine Green was in a coma after being shot for holding a knife to his girlfriends throat. Katrina Johnson was shot and refuses to cooperate with the police. Green was profiled by the news journal as a football hero and a victim according to his mother. An investigation that sent two police officers on absent leave -with pay- costs the tax payers a lot of money. Johnson [again -Green's -girl-friend] has threatened to sue the police department- more tax money. The article in the News Journal was rewritten almost word for word and titled a continuing investigation. The article[s] only mentioned once that the crime happened in the home of Derrick Henry's father!
Joe

Fort Wayne, IN

#20 Dec 4, 2013
The property issues in Volusia County are never resolved with any type of results. A government assistance office on Beach Street that blames the homeless for not making improvements, and questions how to deal with the on going problem. Pat Northey doesn't want to build a homeless shelter for people that commit minor crimes, her opinion was asking someone how it will be cost effective in saving money for the legal system. In her own words on the radio- We- have a jail to run. There's more money in not building a facility. Pending lawsuits [frivolous lawsuits] raise taxes and jeopardize the court system. The judicial system is paralyzed by the corruption of lawsuits 3 or four times a year. Everybody in Daytona Beach that works the system can't be victimized with an expense to people who just want what is for the best. It works that way now because it isn't working.

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