County has a Knack for Denying the Obvious

Land Use Lawyer is back from some time off:

Dear Jean,

I am back in town. This is great! I am drafting a letter today for tomorrow which will address their ethical obligation to release the permits and site plan.

Jean had written about the County Attorney’s fiduciary responsibility to protect the County, but only under the law. They shouldn’t be able to block our building, and we shouldn’t have to fight for it.

County Acknowledges Our Existence…sort of

Land Use Lawyer pounds away at the County, and Jean has been talking with Supervisor’s Aid again:

Jean,

Thanks for the kind words and letter. We have trying to determine the attorney who is handling your case withing the County Attorney’s office.

I’ll let you know when we find out. We will also determine what the status is of your case moving forward. I respect your decision to proceed as you have with the County Attorney. I hope that your actions prove fruitful. As you mentioned in our conversation yesterday, you are acting on your principles, and I respect that. Just don’t forget that you want to build a house, too. :-)) I truly hope this works out for you. Please know that we will do everything we can to ensure you are given due process.

Regards,

Supervisor’s Aid

And later…

We understand that Mr. County Attorney is handling your case. He will be

calling us to provide us with information and status.

Supervisor’s Aid