Friday, January 08, 2016

Update On Sober Living Home Invasion



TBON HAS NEW INFORMATION
Our friends at Take Back Our Neighborhoods (TBON) have updated their information on the ongoing invasion of Costa Mesa by the sober living "industry" and the results are more than disappointing.

INFESTATION GROWING
Go to their website, HERE, for all the information.  Our city, which already accounts for something like 28% of all sober living/rehab homes in Orange County, has gained another 5 licensed facilities since the State report in November.
 
BE SURE TO CLICK ON THE MAP
When you get to the TBON page, review the information provided along the right margin, then click on the map to be taken to a zoomable/interactive map to get a better idea of just where these places are located in your neighborhoods.
THANKS...
Thanks to the folks at TBON and others who are tracking this data and making it available to us all.  This issue affects most Costa Mesa neighborhoods and it's not going to get better unless our elected officials continue to work diligently on this problem and enforce the laws they've enacted.  Keep reminding them of that.

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Where's My Coffee? said...

We have none other to thank but Scott Baugh, Righeimer's office mate. You ever wonder why Righeimer doesn't want to do anything about the rehab homes? Look no farther. Scott Baugh lobbied to bring them herewith Righeimer's blessing.

1/09/2016 04:01:00 PM  
Anonymous It has to be said...

Costa Mesa needs an intervention:

+ Baugh-Righeimer lobbies for the sober living industry (and kills the bill that landed on Swartzenegger's desk)

+ Council Majority appoints a Planning Commission to look the other way

+ Jail operations outsourced to a FALCK (Righeimer in-law's business)

+ Care Ambulance transport also belongs to a FALCK company

+ Police sued which puts the morale down, contract negotiations constantly "rescheduled"

+ Fire Department contract not negotiated

= Costa Mesa as the Sober Living Capital

1/09/2016 10:06:00 PM  

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