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Neighbors file lawsuit against St. Jorge Winery

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Posted: Thursday, November 15, 2012 6:03 am | Updated: 8:51 am, Thu Nov 15, 2012.

While the owners of St. Jorge Winery hope to peacefully coexist with their rural neighbors in western Acampo, the neighbors don’t trust winery owners Vern and Jenise Vierra.

Judy and Romano Isola, who live on Taddei Road, say they have lost the peace and quiet of their rural neighborhood as St. Jorge owners Vernon and Jenise Vierra have expanded their winery without a permit from San Joaquin County.

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3 comments:

  • Jay Jenkins posted at 6:12 pm on Mon, Nov 26, 2012.

    FrankRizzo Posts: 1

    "If this were in the city of Lodi. or any other large city or town, they would have been made to demolish those structures, obtain the proper permits, and possibly be fined before starting any project."D.Chaney.

    No city or town can force an owner to demolish any structure on there property, it goes against your rights as a home owner. They could fined them or closed there business until the proper permits are obtained. As far as whether the contractors were licensed or not is no ones business but the owners of the property. Home and business owners can do there own work without having a licenses aslong as the job is under $500 which you can techinically build almost anything using the proper wording to get around that 500.00 barrier, example- north wall 499.99, south wall 499.99 east wall 499.99, west wall 499.99 (Each wall under 500, each a seperate job).

    Bottom line, Business expansions create jobs which help each and everyone of us. Hagen and Judy Isola need to suck it up, St. Jorges taxes help pay for extra sheriffs officers and keep fire stations open. Hagen and Judy Isola are acting like St. Jorges is a brothel or a strip club.

     
  • Darrell Baumbach posted at 9:19 am on Fri, Nov 16, 2012.

    Darrell Baumbach Posts: 9405

    Mr Chaney does have a point. Maybe the story was incomplete and failed to mention the consequence or circumstance as to why the structures were allowed to stay. Could be a good reason like the structures actually were to code and is simply a matter of a fine.


     
  • Doug Chaney posted at 8:47 pm on Thu, Nov 15, 2012.

    advocate Posts: 502

    If this were in the city of Lodi. or any other large city or twon, they would have been made to demolish those structures, obtain the proper permits, and possibly be fined before starting any project. Seems they must have pulled some strings someshere along the line to begin construction on any additions without permits? Who were the contractors? Were they licensed, ? If they were licensed, what were they doing building without a permit? Or were they one of those area unlicensed contractors that seem to be doing work in this area? They need to be questioned by the state licensing board and fined for their criminal act.

     
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