Regarding the Violation of City Code, Ord 142 and the Permit Requirement for the Grading work on the Miguels Site, and Jacobsen's Property where Stater Brothers is intending to Build.
Ord.142 gives all the reasons the grading is in violation of the law. There can be no work or permits issued until the sewer and drainage permits are issued.
Ord. 142 allows for criminal and civil penalties, including jail time for violations.
It would not be unexpected that the Interested Parties in the Suit is expanded to be inclusive of more companies and individuals.
Eventually, the Citizens of Grand Terrace should not have to continue to be liable for the Education Expense of the Staff making decisions that violate the process and procedures recorded in Federal, State, County and Local Laws, and Codes. It seems that the Education of lost Court Cases isn't bringing home the Lesson not to Cut Corners, in procedures and process.
Once, is a whoops, Twice is a possible didn't make a correction fast enough, but Three, Four and Five, Six, and Seven...... Errors is a pattern of standard behavior with intent.