San Bernardino County code enforcemen...

San Bernardino County code enforcement using new citation and c...

There are 14 comments on the San Bernardino County Sun story from Feb 5, 2010, titled San Bernardino County code enforcement using new citation and c.... In it, San Bernardino County Sun reports that:

San Bernardino County code-enforcement officers have started flexing their muscles, thanks to a new administrative process allowing them to cite violators and collect fines instead of taking them to court.

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crimeman

Los Angeles, CA

#1 Feb 5, 2010
how stupid is the city of sanbernardino.you have the highest crime in the i e,now you want to find a way to get extra tax money.people donot have to buy or rent a home in this gang, meth of a city,they will only buy or rent in riverside county.you are running tax payers a way.
Me Too

El Segundo, CA

#2 Feb 6, 2010
crimeman wrote:
how stupid is the city of sanbernardino.you have the highest crime in the i e,now you want to find a way to get extra tax money.people donot have to buy or rent a home in this gang, meth of a city,they will only buy or rent in riverside county.you are running tax payers a way.
"County" idiot! Read the friggin' article!
white elephant

San Bernardino, CA

#3 Feb 6, 2010
Can they fine the landlords where the house is being rented out for more than one family?! What terrible reporting! How about some details please!
highland rez

United States

#4 Feb 6, 2010
no one is going to give out bank account information....and i sure wouldn't give out my ssn either.....is there a "tip" number......can you picture a code enforcer trying to get ssn's with 22 people all talking at once.........
Stupid

San Bernardino, CA

#6 Aug 18, 2010
My mother is in a care facility. All her money is going to pay for her stay at the facility. She has no money. I shut all utilities in order to facilitate what money she does have.
Code enforcement has warned her that her lawn is dead and needs to be fixed in a week.
So how is one to revive a completely dead lawn in a week?
Not to mention, san bernardino is a dump and instead of fighting crime, they are concerned about some old lady who has no money, going after her to get her to maintain her home. The property is kept up, lawn service is used, just her grass is dead. It's govt stupidty at it's finest.
teh Shaw of IROQ

Paramount, CA

#7 Aug 18, 2010
Stupid wrote:
My mother is in a care facility. All her money is going to pay for her stay at the facility. She has no money. I shut all utilities in order to facilitate what money she does have.
Code enforcement has warned her that her lawn is dead and needs to be fixed in a week.
So how is one to revive a completely dead lawn in a week?
Not to mention, san bernardino is a dump and instead of fighting crime, they are concerned about some old lady who has no money, going after her to get her to maintain her home. The property is kept up, lawn service is used, just her grass is dead. It's govt stupidty at it's finest.
NO NO NO we do that stuff so the money can go to pay calpers and fund my retirement. I did little then and got paid and doing the same now
Joe

Loma Linda, CA

#8 Aug 10, 2011
@ Teh- that pretty much sums up what is happening. It's not like the old people need that money to survive. You know, from that other Ponzi scheme called social security.
Tammie Hornaday

San Pedro, CA

#9 Sep 8, 2011
The city wont even take care of our local parks so children can continue to play ball,etc... instead of getting involved in crime. But yet I was cited yesterday for 11 violations and I do not live like a pig! I was cited for trashcans in view of street and they were lined nicely under my carport, people 2 houses down were on street still, they said my yard was too long. It never goes 2 weeks without mowing, they said I have to paint my house, there is minimul paint chipping, I have to move my RV out of driveway when house 2 doors down has boat in driveway. i feel I am being harrassed! Has anyone had any issues with this ever? HELP
good neighbor

Los Angeles, CA

#10 Sep 24, 2011
When was the last time code inforcement looked at all the illegal additions and safety codes at that big sex club devore ???
Unknown

San Bernardino, CA

#11 May 9, 2012
I recently move to the city of San bernardino and I've been here for 2 months and have been cited three times and not to mention these code enforcement officers come peeping through my window to see what else they can try and find. I had an altercation with one and he said to go fuck myself??? Really how unprofessional! What a dumb man cause I have a meeting this week with the directors and lets see if they like what he said!!! Very angry and so regret moving here!
FED UP

Columbia, MO

#12 May 15, 2012
People who are unfortunate enough to live in S.B. and its surrounding hell holes need to file a class action law suit against the impotent bums that are harrassing the people who pay their salaries. Most of this citation bs is concerning parking tickets, and should be left at that. But the people who flunked out in the big cities, try to come out to the 'little towns' to try and look like big fish in a little pond. Here's a tip: try checking out your neighbors, because those rat-bastards are the ones that turned you in, in the first place! If we don't band together, they will win!
CrackerJack

Hilo, HI

#13 Mar 3, 2013
Code Enforcement has one mission and that's to generate revenue. These overweight under-achievers will soon be armed and break down doors with search warrants looking for violations that will result in this revenue hunt. It's coming soon, you've been warned. Keep in mind, there are tens of thousands and sometimes hundreds of thousands of citizens with only a two or four hundred police and sheriff deputies. The abuse will stop when they no longer want the job.
san bernardino

Corona, CA

#14 Nov 2, 2013
code enforcement officers are too much they harassing. I got my house three years ago and I been getting like 7 warning and 2 tickets, for not having concrete on my driveway, for not having my rv fenced,.... for no watering the sidewalk grass, I fix everything they ask for...and they keep going on and on.. they gave me a warning for a false statement saying that I have non-working cars parked in my driveway..(no true) I use both of my cars they even have insurance, plates are current). I reported a hole right out of my driveway on the sidewalk they said they were going to fix it three years ago.. nothing jet.
there is homes around my neighborhood that they really need to keep an eye on .. it seems that they get blind when they drive in front of those homes... I wonder where I can go and complain about it.
Larry

Yucaipa, CA

#15 Nov 9, 2013
The ACLU, but you better turn spellcheck on first.

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