Is Code Enforcement a “Rogue Unit?”

Peace be with you

It turns out that the Humboldt County Code Enforcement Unit might have sunsetted in 1995. According to a memo dated June 10, 2008, to CLMP CEU Task Force, Kate Crockett Juliana lays out the charge that CEU has been a disbanded unit since 1995, and operating as a “Rogue Unit.” Kate also argues that “penalties may apply to the County if it is found to have been party to unlawful takings from citizens.”

The memo claimed that at the August 30, 1994 Board of Supes meeting the Code Enforcement Unit was created. It was to be reauthorized in a year, the unit was to provide annual reports, the unit was to ONLY act on complaints from citizens, and it was an infraction unit.

Kate states this “analysis” depends upon the authorizing documents, and they are older then the internet archives and can’t be viewed ’til Monday. But, if it is true it would change everything. It could be a permit give away.

Ms Kate Crockett Juliana suggests “that the operations of the Unit be suspended until such time as the past requirements of its duties be fulfilled and the Unit is returned to its intended purpose of abating minor nuisance issues and other infractions of the civil code.”

And on a related note Desadier has joined “Ranger” Bob in the bailiff unit.

love eternal


4 Responses to “Is Code Enforcement a “Rogue Unit?””

  1. Rose Says:

    Rouge \Rouge\, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Rouged}; p. pr. & vb. n.
    {Rouging} .]
    To paint the face or cheeks with rouge.

    Or Rogue?
    Rogue \Rogue\, n. [F. rogue proud, haughty, supercilious; cf.
    Icel. hr?kr a rook, croaker (cf. {Rook} a bird), or Armor.
    rok, rog, proud, arogant.]
    1. (Eng.Law) A vagrant; an idle, sturdy beggar; a vagabond; a

    Love Eternal,

  2. theplazoid Says:

    Peace Rose

    Thanks I hope this is clearer.

    Rogue: A fierce and dangerious elephant separated from the herd.


  3. Rose Says:

    Yeah. That just wasn’t on the page I found. 🙂

    Interesting post, Tad.

  4. fightback Says:

    15 JUNE. 2008, SUNDAY.,0,55177.story


    How do his veggies grow? The no-dig way

    No-Dig Gallery
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    Robert Lachman / Los Angeles Times

    Pat Marfisi carries alfalfa hay into his Hollywood Hills backyard, but there aren’t any animals to feed. It’s for his “no dig” vegetable garden.

    Pat Marfisi applies the low-water, layering technique to his Hollywood Hills plot and reaps an abundance of organic produce.

    By Lisa Boone, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
    June 12, 2008

    PAT MARFISI carries bales of alfalfa hay and straw into the center aisle of his Hollywood Hills vegetable garden and begins tearing off pieces of the stuff. He doesn’t have any animals to feed, just his “no-dig” landscape: raised beds using lasagna-like layers of fodder, bone and blood meal and compost — and remarkably little water.

    At age 60, Marfisi became a WWOOFer — he joined World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms (, an international cultural exchange program that provides organic farmers free labor in exchange for providing workers with food and lodging.

    The former consultant for big-name clients such as Sun- America thought it would be the ultimate work-study program to learn about sustainable farming and lifestyles.

    ________________________________ SUNDAY, 15 JUNE. 2008……

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