"Any new owner is bound by the last plans approved by the ARB.
I don't honestly recall the facts regarding ownership at the time this was heard. Often potential buyers will pursue ARB approvals prior to closing deals.
Inspections is ultimately responsible for ensuring the ARB approved plans are followed. A new owner would have to complete the approved plans. (I would note that at any time one can ask for a new plan to be approved by the ARB. What to watch now is if Code Enforcement acts and if a new plan is now approved or if the rebuild requirement is upheld.)."
I'm confused! The project was sold to the current owners on December 31, 2014 the property does not appear to be getting ready for construction.
- Who applied for the demolition permit and when?
- Who was the property owner of record when the demolition permit was issued?
- Why has City Code Enforcement not required a rebuild?
- Have plans been submitted for new construction?
- Is the City assessing code violation penalties on the property owners?
- Does Quina have all the salvaged materials in some storage shed?