I guess that's why none of the Mechanics Liens have been cleared and on April 27th three new law suits were recorded against this project.
"Fenstermacher said Highland Fairview worked with Safeco to make sure Diffenbaugh staff that had been working on the project, remained with the project."
Safeco? When did they become licensed to contract in the construction trades?
The work on this project was turned over to J.D. Diffenbaugh as the General Contractor in charge of the project, Highland Fairview is a mere customer of Diffenbaugh.
The question is, who assigned their license over to Safeco, and did Safeco then apply for and get granted a license to contract?
Safeco has no authority to subcontract with any contractors, for they are not a licensed contractor themselves, and at this point, who knows if those who Highland Fairview asked Safeco to keep on are licensed to perform any of the work on this project?
Furthermore, Jack R. Stones one of the RME's for Highland Fairview, is also listed as an employee of J.D. Diffenbaugh as one of their many project managers.
Nothing wrong there, however he can't use his license for any other entity such as Safeco, or J.D. Diffenbaugh. As he wasn't an RME for Diffenbaugh, his license was okay to be used for Highland Fairview, a company which got caught with its pants down by the citizens of Moreno Valley for not having any responsible managing employee (RME).
What kind of game is going on here I wonder.