Dave Lewis Ashland Oregon

Hyatt Lake Oregon Murder of Dave Lewis

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Burl Brim and Attempted Cover-Up of Sex with a Minor

Posted on February 16, 2018 at 3:00 PM


The lawyers who wrote the false affidavit, "First Affidavit" need to be investigated. Did they participate in covering up a felony.


The victim had to sign their document, " First Affidavit " to receive the $20,000.00 payment.


This is the truth. The facts. The injustice:

 

As submitted by the victim. Now an adult.


Now in recovery for incest and sexual molestation:



1. I am the claimant in this matter, and as such have personal knowledge of the facts hereinafter deposed to.


2. I make this my affidavit to correct certain evidence given in my first affidavit, sworn in this matter on 31st May 2013 (the "First Affidavit).


3. At paragraph 1 of the First Affidavit, I state that I never had any sexual relations of any kind with Burl Brim prior to my reaching the age of majority. Anyone who states otherwise is lying.


I have had the chance to fully understand what defines " age of majority" and this statement is inaccurate. I did have sexual relations with Burl Brim prior to my reaching the age of majority. This document was prepared by Burl Brim's legal counsel and supplied to me to be signed in conjunction with a document that released all ownership and claims to Burl Brim, Air Rescue Systems, and Brim Equipment Leasing, Inc. dba Brim Aviation. I was paid an amount for my ownership portion of Air Rescue Systems, this amount as determined by Burl Brim. I was mistaken with respect to this statement in the First Affidavit.


4. In all other respects the evidence given by me in the Second Affidavit is true and accurate."

 

 

 

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Burl Brim had sex with a child, " under the age of majority" a minor girl in highschool.

Brim has attempted to silence the truth with a $500,000.00 defamation lawsuit; against the sister of David Lewis


a $ 20,000.00 payment to the victim with non-disclosure documents which his attorneys  prepared (also done by Brim in a lawsuit with rancher Rex Houghton);

and previously aligning himself with Mike Winters' as a friend pinned as "law enforcement."  When did sheriff Winters find out and why didn't Winters take action against an extra-marital affair or lack of character, and judgment on Brim's part? Not to mention moral turpitude.

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Moral turpitude is a legal concept in the United States and some other countries that refers to "an act or behavior that gravely violates the sentiment or accepted standard of the community"





Burl Brim on the Greenway two weeks prior to the murder of Troy Carney.


Burl Brim had sex with a minor in his care.

That is the truth.

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The restraining order from xxxsheriff Mike Winters' first wife.

" He was carrying his gun, you won't see anyone. He has knocked around petitioner's young daughter on several occassions."

-  Winters, Dean Hunt, Tank the Dog, and #perv Burl Brim.


The perfect storm of evil and corruption, permitted to brew in Jackson County Oregon.

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He took what was not his to take.

A minor can not consent to a sexual affair with an adult.



Justice for All Victims of  molesters and men-pervs, who engage in sex acts with teenagers,  aka: minors,  aka: under the age of majority,  aka: innocents. 





HOWARD PRAIRIE LAST SPRING DAVE LIVED

Posted on February 13, 2018 at 6:20 AM


Weather, Howard Prairie Lake welcome anglers

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ASHLAND — Spring finally came to the top of the Dead Indian Plateau, just in time to break enough ice and melt enough snow at Howard Prairie Lake for anglers venturing there for today’s opening of the spring trout-fishing season.

ASHLAND — Spring finally came to the top of the Dead Indian Plateau, just in time to break enough ice and melt enough snow at Howard Prairie Lake for anglers venturing there for today’s opening of the spring trout-fishing season.

A combination of warmer days, afternoon winds and an ice-breaking barge at the Howard Prairie Resort has left the majority of the lake open to boating and fishing beginning today, the traditional opening day of angling here.

Anglers venturing to the High Cascades reservoir east of Ashland should find room to putter around the lake, which resort workers estimated Friday as 75 percent ice-free — the opposite of earlier this week.

“It’s incredible,” said Joel LeGrande, the resort’s owner. “A mile and a half of ice just sunk.”

But conditions have not improved at nearby Hyatt Lake, which is about 500 feet higher in elevation than its sister reservoir within the Talent Irrigation District system.

Hyatt remained ice-covered and unchanged from earlier this week, according to employees at the Mountain Resort at Hyatt Lake.

The same holds true at Diamond Lake, where visitors expect to cut holes in the ice to gain access to the rainbow trout there.

Howard, Hyatt and Diamond lakes are the three primary water bodies that open to trout fishing today after being closed since Halloween.

Jackson County parks officials hired a snow-plow operator to clear snow away from 30 campsites at Klum Landing Campground on Howard Prairie’s southeast shore, but the boat ramp there remained unusable Friday, said Randy Hutton, the county parks’ program manager.

Hutton stressed that it remained “snow-camping” conditions there.

“You can get your RVs in there, but once you step out of the door, you have snow to deal with,” Hutton said.

Another 10 sites are open at Willow Point Campground, where the boat ramp was open and offering access to some near-shore open water, Hutton said.

With weather forecasts in the mid-60s today and Sunday without overnight freezing conditions, the lake could open even more by the end of the weekend, Hutton said.

“You never know what the ice is going to do,” Hutton said. “It could all disappear.”

LeGrande said the resort was still grappling with snow that has reduced parking areas, but “a couple dozen” campsites — including a few tent sites near the water — were open.

“We’ll go as far as we can until morning arrives,” LeGrande said.


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LUCAS DeYOUNG Runnnnnnnnnnn

Posted on February 12, 2018 at 10:40 PM



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Just guessing Lucas thinks he will out run the FBI?

 

 

LOL LOL LOL






 

 

Scorched Earth Lucas the Coward...Crime and Time...

 

 

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They thought this was funny - -- hunny - - then it backfired.

BIG.

 

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Love ya to the moon and back...or until the long prison sentence...then...er...maybe not so much

 

 

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Got that Natasha thingy going tackyon... Brow chica brow howl and stubs !

 

 

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Boy needs a shave club...some class... kinda like Marshall McKenna... all that and a bag of chips and tang in jail...

Murder suspect extradited to Oregon

http://www.triplicate.com/csp/mediapool/sites/Triplicate/News/story.csp?cid=4402122&sid=923&fid=151

The third and final suspect in the October killing of a Crescent City man was at last brought to custody in Josephine County this weekend.

Marshall McKenna, 24, was arraigned Monday afternoon in Grants Pass, charged with four felonies for his alleged his role in the killing of Roger Huntington, 43 late last year.

Investigators say McKenna and two accomplices, all from Texas, shot Huntington to death at the Lake Selmac boat ramp outside Cave Junction in a drug deal gone bad.

McKenna is charged with aggravated murder, first-degree robbery, second-degree assault, and unlawful use of a weapon. He was arrested in Mexico following a months-long nationwide manhunt and booked into Laredo County (texas) Jail, just north of the border, on April 2.

On Friday, he was transported to Oregon, where he is held without bail.

McKenna's accomplices Carroll "BJ" Ballard, 20, and Blake Sibley, 22, were both arrested within days of finding Huntington's bullet-riddled body inside his truck on Oct. 23.

Ballard was sentenced last month to 15 years in an Oregon prison after pleading guilty to first-degree robbery and manslaughter. Sibley pleaded guilty in March to similar charges and was sentenced to 10 years in an Oregon prison.

Sibley's defense lawyer, Dan Simcoe, said his client was unaware of the Ballard and McKenna's intentions to try to rob Huntington instead of paying for the several pounds of marijuana agreed upon in their transaction.

Investigators say McKenna was the triggerman and advised the public to consider him armed and dangerous during the manhunt

McKenna's attorneys, Eve Oldenkamp and Elizabeth Baker, of Klamath Falls and Eugene respectively, could not be reached for comment Monday afternoon.

Lisa Turner of the Josephine County District Attorney Office said McKenna's next hearing is June 3 in Josephine County Circuit Court.

Reach David Grieder at [email protected] .

OR GUESTBOOK US HERE !!!

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https://www.fbi.gov/wanted/additional/lucas-randall-deyoung

LUCAS RANDALL DEYOUNG — FBI

https://www.fbi.gov/wanted/additional/lucas-randall-deyoung

Lucas Randall DeYoung is wanted for his alleged involvement in the shooting of a man in Curry County, Oregon, on December 28, 2017. The victim, who was shot twice while at a storage unit in Harbor, Oregon, survived his injuries. On January 26, 2018, a local arrest warrant was issued for DeYoung in the Circuit Court of ...

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Can the boy shooter even read the indictment ? Shave? Wash the pits?

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Date(s) of Birth Used September 28, 1981

Place of Birth Washington

Hair Brown

Eyes Brown

Height 6'1"

Weight 190 pounds

Sex Male

Race White

Nationality American

Scars and Marks DeYoung has a scar on his left finger and tattoos on his back and right shoulder.

NCIC W193016426

Reward:

The FBI is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest of Lucas Randall DeYoung.

Remarks:

DeYoung is known to use illegal drugs and carry firearms. He is also a known gambler.


Dave Lewis on a death card ! Five of Clubs.

Lucks out DeYoung.

Man up and turn yourself in: courtesy: WingsOfJustice






DeYoung may have travelled to Washington State, Virginia, or Las Vegas, Nevada.

Caution:

Lucas Randall DeYoung is wanted for his alleged involvement in the shooting of a man in Curry County, Oregon, on December 28, 2017. The victim, who was shot twice while at a storage unit in Harbor, Oregon, survived his injuries. On January 26, 2018, a local arrest warrant was issued for DeYoung in the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Curry after he was charged with attempted aggravated murder, attempted murder, delivery of a controlled substance, and unlawful manufacture of marijuana. On February 1, 2018, a federal arrest warrant was issued for DeYoung in the United States District Court, District of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon, after he was charged with unlawful flight to avoid prosecution.

SHOULD BE CONSIDERED ARMED AND DANGEROUS

Submit a Tip:

If you have any information concerning this person, please contact your local FBI office or the nearest American Embassy or Consulate.

Field Office: Portland

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It's all good, until it's not. Then it is not.

"He said it the way it was, it was the way he said."




Killers sick souled killed Dave. 2008.

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Take your lumps for your actions Luke.

And for the love of God, shave the kid stubble. Please.

 

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LUCAS RANDALL DeYOUNG WANTS JAIL

Posted on February 11, 2018 at 5:25 PM


God, another one who thinks teen stubble is  cool. lol.






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Date(s) of Birth Used September 28, 1981

Place of Birth Washington

Hair Brown

Eyes Brown

Height 6'1"

Weight 190 pounds

Sex Male

Race White

Nationality American

Scars and Marks DeYoung has a scar on his left finger and tattoos on his back and right shoulder.

NCIC W193016426

Reward:

The FBI is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest of Lucas Randall DeYoung.

Remarks:

DeYoung is known to use illegal drugs and carry firearms. He is also a known gambler. DeYoung may have travelled to Washington State, Virginia, or Las Vegas, Nevada.

Caution:

Lucas Randall DeYoung is wanted for his alleged involvement in the shooting of a man in Curry County, Oregon, on December 28, 2017. The victim, who was shot twice while at a storage unit in Harbor, Oregon, survived his injuries.


On January 26, 2018, a local arrest warrant was issued for DeYoung in the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Curry after he was charged with attempted aggravated murder, attempted murder, delivery of a controlled substance, and unlawful manufacture of marijuana. On February 1, 2018, a federal arrest warrant was issued for DeYoung in the United States District Court, District of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon, after he was charged with unlawful flight to avoid prosecution.

SHOULD BE CONSIDERED ARMED AND DANGEROUS

Submit a Tip:

If you have any information concerning this person, please contact your local FBI office or the nearest American Embassy or Consulate.

Field Office: Portland

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The stubble thing just ain't working...

apparently neither is the game.


OLYMPICS HISTORY DAVE LEWIS STYLE

Posted on February 10, 2018 at 8:35 AM

Great Coach Bob Lewis : 4 Times Penn Relay Winner

(1/4 miler and Relay)


Olympics Time-trials in track  - -didn't make the team but had a great time trying and inspired thousands of others.


A career and life well-lived:  Mr. Lewis


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Vivian Thomas Lewis: Mid-Atlantic Swim Champion 



Olympic Time-trials swimming - back stroke




Bet sickophant killers had no idea what they were doing, colluding and scrambling to silence David Edwin Lewis and the truth. 

Beloved son of two Olympic time-trial athletes.


JUSTICE for DAVE.

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                  True Big Law: Justice Comes. Watch and See.




JEFF KRUSE AND THE SILENCE BREAKERS

Posted on February 9, 2018 at 8:20 AM




Report finds Kruse groped women at Oregon Capitol, misbehavior escalated after warnings







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SALEM 

OREGON -- State Senator   Jeff Kruse not only subjected two female senators to unwanted touching, he groped or gave lingering hugs to many other women working at the Oregon Capitol, an independent investigator concluded in a damning report released Tuesday.

 

Kruse's actions created a hostile workplace, the investigator said. And the fact his conduct was widely known yet went unchecked left women less powerful than he was to suffer, certain their complaints would go nowhere, she wrote.

 

The investigator, Dian Rubanoff, an employment law attorney in private practice, found that Kruse engaged in a "longstanding pattern of unwelcome physical contact" with women at the Capitol and that he was, until 2017, "oblivious" to the effects of his actions. Kruse's unwanted behaviors "escalated" after legislative officials warned him to stop, the investigator concluded.

 

A few instances of Kruse's close contact with female lawmakers were recorded on official Legislative videos of Senate floor sessions and committee meetings.

 

The report revealed new instances of what it said was misconduct by Kruse against a member of the House, a third female senator, two law students who used to work for him, Republican and non-partisan staffers, a former legislative aide and a lobbyist. Those women were not named in the report.

 

 

One of the law students told the investigator that the senator would call her "little girl" and tell her she was "sexy" while at work in the Capitol. She also said Kruse would come up behind her, put his hands on her shoulder and rest his head on hers. The woman told the investigator Kruse subjected her to "a lot of hugging" and would grab her and pull her in to a tight hug at least twice per week.

 

The law student used normal social cues to tell Kruse she did not accept his conduct, the report said, but Kruse did not pick up on it. The student told the investigator she did not speak up about the harassment because she was "terrified" how it might affect her career.

 

Another law student who worked for Kruse told the investigator the senator would tightly hug her or put his hands on her hips when they were near each other. Kruse's fingers would occasionally slide over the bottoms of her breasts while he hugged her, the student reported. The student "felt trapped" by Kruse's conduct, the report said.

 

A lobbyist told the investigator that Kruse "cupped her buttocks" when the two met for a photo-op in Gov. Kate Brown's office in 2017. The lobbyist said she did not initially make a complaint about Kruse because she worried it could damage her career, the report said.

 

 

A non-partisan committee staffer told the investigator that Kruse once kissed her on the cheek, close to her mouth, and that he would often hug her or touch his head to hers. Multiple staffers in the Senate Republicans caucus office told the investigator that Kruse had grabbed them and pulled them in or wrapped his arms around them.

 

Two Democratic Oregon senators, Sara Gelser of Corvallis and Elizabeth Steiner Hayward of Portland, went public last fall with allegations Kruse subjected them to unwanted touching and inappropriate close contact.

 



 


 

 

The report details new allegations of misconduct by two other elected lawmakers -- one in the House and one in the Senate. Kruse was "very physical" with the representative, the report said. He would grab her hands when they talked and pull her in to the point she felt trapped, it said.

 

The report also detailed Kruse's treatment of a new female Democratic senator during lawmakers' 2017 workplace harassment training session. According to the report, Kruse gave her a hug, pulled her in closely and joked that his hug may violate the workplace conduct rules. Only one woman joined the Senate that year: Sen. Kathleen Taylor, D-Milwaukie. She was not immediately available for comment Tuesday evening.

 

 


Many Capitol staff members who said Kruse touched them or made them uncomfortable said they did not report his conduct or confront him, the report said. It said those women explained that staffers are expected to show deference to elected lawmakers and Kruse's reputation for touching women seemed well-known and widely accepted at the Capitol.

 

The report is slated to be considered by the Senate Conduct Committee, a four-member panel which has scheduled a public hearing to review her investigation on Feb. 22.

 

Kruse has acknowledged that he touched women in the Capitol but said the contact was not sexual in nature. He said prior to the report going public that he would not resign, despite public statements from several lawmakers, most of them Republicans, that he should leave office.

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http://www.oregonlive.com/politics/index.ssf/2018/02/post_200.html





Supporting a man sickophant  with disgusting behavior ?

Ask the fishy wives...




He was not available for comment Tuesday. He told The Oregonian/OregonLive in October, "I have never done anything that I believe anybody could portray as being sexual."

 

Senate Republican Leader Jackie Winters, R-Salem, declined to comment. Winters' spokeswoman, Tayleranne Gillespie, said in a statement, "At this time, we are reviewing the report. The process is still ongoing, and will continue with the Senate Conduct Committee meeting."

 

 


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Jonathan Lockwood, who was the spokesman for the Senate Republicans in 2017, said, "The fact that state Sen. Jeff Kruse has not resigned is a disgrace to the Republican Party. It is a moral outrage."

 

The governor called on Kruse to resign in a statement released Tuesday evening. "Senator Kruse's behavior is not acceptable in the Capitol or any workplace, and he should step down," Brown said.

 

House Speaker Tina Kotek also issued a statement calling on Kruse to resign. "The people of Oregon and the women who work in the Capitol deserve better. He should resign, and if he chooses not to, the Senate should expel him," Kotek said.

 

Rubanoff wrote in her report that Kruse cooperated with the investigation and did not deny most of the accusations against him. Instead, he told her he had "no recollection" of most of the alleged misdeeds. Kruse also said he did not take seriously warnings to stop touching women at the Capitol, according to Rubanoff's report, and only began to realize his behavior was inappropriate after he attended an hour of counseling in December.

 

Kruse told the investigator that he believed his behavior was "instinctual" and that although he wanted to change, "It's not easy to change when you have been doing something for 67 years."


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Allegations first surfaced against Kruse in October, amid the #MeToo movement, when women across the nation began to speak publicly about sexual harassment by politicians, members of the news media and other powerful figures.

 

Gelser tweeted October 16 that a member of the Senate Republican Caucus had groped "female members and staff" at the Capitol. That evening, Senate President Peter Courtney, D-Salem, relieved Kruse of his committee assignments, a drastic form of discipline that effectively keeps him from shaping legislation.

 

Gelser told The Oregonian/OregonLive October 23 that Kruse had sexually harassed her for years and not stopped despite warnings by legislative officials. She later said in a formal complaint that Kruse had touched her breast and thigh while both were working in the Capitol. She also alleged that Kruse sexually harassed up to 15 other women who worked at the Capitol and called for senators to expel Kruse from their chamber.

 

Gelser was later included in Time Magazine's Person of the Year feature, which focused on "silence breakers" who spoke out about sexual harassment. She was not available for comment Tuesday.

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The senators' complaints sparked Rubanoff's investigation -- the first time in memory the Legislature's formal sexual harassment reporting policy and conduct committee process has been invoked.

 

If the conduct committee finds Rubanoff's investigation has merit, it can recommend the full Senate discipline Kruse by reprimand, censure or expulsion. If the committee makes such a recommendation, the Senate must vote on discipline the next time it meets. Discipline requires a two-thirds majority, and Democrats are three vote shy of that margin.

Rubanoff wrote in her report that she worries that women may feel it is futile to speak up about sexual harassment if Kruse does not face "meaningful consequences."


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" She seems happy, " eh Alan Deboer ? 

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DANNY JORDAN and SELECTIVE CODE ENFORCEMENT IN JACKSON COuNTY OREGON

Posted on February 6, 2018 at 6:25 AM


Zoning change stopped by pot, floodplain issues

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" An unusual request to downgrade the zoning at an Applegate property has been stopped in its tracks by code violations, including an unpermitted pot operation by people who dumped fill dirt in a floodplain.

Jackson County code enforcement officers found a 14.7-acre property at 2459 Little Applegate Road had marijuana production without permits, vegetation removed from riparian areas and 20 to 30 cubic yards of dirt placed in the floodplain of the Little Applegate River.

The property owners, Ted and Susan Shaffer, had requested a zoning change last August from rural residential to open-space reserve on their property, which is essentially a zoning downgrade. Usually the county receives requests to upgrade the zoning on properties. Rural residential zoning doesn’t allow commercial marijuana grows.

While the county was reviewing the Shaffers’ request, it received a complaint about the property.

When the code enforcement officer showed up at the Shaffers’ property, the marijuana plants had been harvested and removed, but the officer noticed other problems that needed to be cleared up.

 

“Per our code, we cannot go forward with their zone change application while there are outstanding code violations, and they will need to resolve these issues prior to us rescheduling a Planning Commission hearing for them,” said Jackson County Administrator Danny Jordan.

 

A public hearing scheduled for Thursday at the Jackson County Planning Commission on the zoning change has been canceled.

The county won’t determine a fine for the violations until the matter goes to a formal hearing. A new ordinance would raise the possible fine from $600 to $1,000 per violation. A floodplain development permit of $1,511 is also required.

So far, the Shaffers have spent $6,659 in fees for their zoning change request.

Before the county can proceed with further review of their request, the Shaffers must file a floodplain development permit for the fill dirt. The fill removal is subject to review by Oregon Department of State Lands.

DSL gets involved in fill cases where 50 cubic yards or more have been added, or if the stream is a salmon habitat, said Julie Curtis, spokesman for DSL.

“The Little Applegate River is Essential Salmon Habitat, so any amount of removal or fill would be regulated by us,” Curtis stated in an email.

DSL has not received a permit application on the Shaffers’ property.

Ted Shaffer declined to comment when contacted by the Mail Tribune Monday.

Shaffer filed a 44-page zoning change application with the county.

“Our OSR zone request is to allow production of one or more sustainable crops that will provide economic stability to us and contribute to the community, Jackson County and the state,” the application states.

The Shaffers, in their application, maintain that their property is more suitable for an open-space reserve zoning. Other properties in the area have similar zoning, or are woodland reserve. In 1993, prior to the property being owned by the Shaffers, it had a zoning of woodland reserve.

A 2,655-square-foot house built in 2006 is located on the property, which is bisected by Little Applegate Road.

The owners indicated their “agricultural activities” will be limited in size because they will be tended by two individuals. Water for drip irrigation would be drawn from the Little Applegate.

They also wrote that because trees on the land have been lost to drought and beetles, they want to invest in replanting after they gain additional financial resources from their crop.

Their application said they want the open-space reserve zoning to take advantage of special grants that would help repair the riverbanks that have been eroded by high water in recent years. The Shaffers said the open-space reserve zoning is more appropriate for land next to a fish-bearing stream.

The Shaffers have owned the property since 2003 and have water rights to the Little Applegate River, according to their application. "  Damian Mann

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said the blogger:

Gail Battaglia:

 

Very little of this story is acurate. These are our neighbors and friends. Damian Mann, try to do some actual reporting. The info you got sounds like it is from the complaint filed by a neighbor that calls the county on everyone in the neighborhood in for anything he can. It’s not an illegal “pot grow” dumping dirt in the river. The author, Damian Mann is trying to turn a nothing story into something it’s not.

 

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YET...the DISGRACE of  illegal Hyatt Lake Campgrounds.

Campers Cove.

Flood Plain much?


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Put on the dirt campgrounds as park model RV.   EH?  Danny Jordan et al...


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Bob McNeely in the illegal , now torn-down


steam tray restaurant...

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Roll em all off. Code Enforcement... circa Daniel Jordan fired good man Tom Bizeau, when he objected.


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just another RV on the camp-spot which costs how much per month? and is TAXED how?

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All off that mountain the old cowboy said. They came and ruined, destroyed, stole. Took what was not their's to take.

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Bob McNeely and his illegal trailer trash.

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Rod Nygren thinking it's funny.

And the fish wives who hide in the tent.


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Selective Code Enforcement in Jackson County Oregon. Jordan at the helm.

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“Per our code, we cannot go forward with their zone change application while there are outstanding code violations, and they will need to resolve these issues prior to us rescheduling a Planning Commission hearing for them,” said Jackson County Administrator Danny Jordan."

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MEDFORD POLICE TOM IANIERI SUSPENDED

Posted on February 5, 2018 at 6:20 AM



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Thomas Ianieri. Bad Cop. Got away with it for YEARS...




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Lingering questions on police oversight: Letter to the editor

Updated Feb 4, 6:02 AM; Posted Feb 4, 6:00 AM


 Letters to the editor

" I want to commend the Oregon Board on Public Safety Standards and Training and its chair, Marion County Sheriff Jason Myers, for doing the right thing and overruling a do-nothing decision by the police policy committee ("A fight over one Oregon cop's behavior toward women," Jan. 26).

Oregon's police oversight board voted to temporarily suspend certification for Medford Police Sgt. Thomas Ianieri for his long pattern of sexual misconduct with female colleagues.

The board's rare decision is an important step toward achieving the transparency, accountability and oversight the public expects from the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training, whose mission includes promoting excellence in public safety by upholding professional standards.

However, the article raises a number of questions:

Why wasn't Ianieri's "egregious behavior" -- detailed in interviews with colleagues and in 1,200 pages of materials from the internal investigation -- revealed in the state's summary report and in The Oregonian article? I think it's important to expose the exact nature of this professional misconduct because the police policy committee voted twice to give it a pass. Doesn't the public have a right to know what prompted the board to overrule its own committee for the first time in more than a decade?

Why, out of 24 seats on the board, is there only one seat reserved for a public member?

Who is requiring and monitoring workplace reforms in the Medford Police Department to guarantee a safe and respectful environment for female employees? Long term and ongoing sexual harassment in the workplace does not occur in a vacuum and suspending one officer doesn't eliminate a culture of harassment.

 

-- Betty Brickson, Southeast Portland

 

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The showdown came Thursday for Marion County Sheriff Jason Myers.

Oregon’s police oversight board, which Myers chairs, had to decide whether former Medford Sgt. Thomas Ianieri should get to keep working as a cop. Regulators found Ianieri had behaved inappropriately with female subordinate employees, manipulating them and pitting them against each other.

Some board members thought the state should take no action. Myers wanted to end Ianieri’s career.

“The behavior was egregious,” Myers said. “He knew what he was doing.”

After a long and testy debate, Myers got a big chunk of what he wanted. Members of the Board on Public Safety Standards and Training voted to suspend Ianieri’s police certification for three years.

It was the first time in at least a decade that the board overrode a recommendation from its Police Policy Committee, which conducts the first public review of misconduct cases. The committee is largely made up of sheriffs, police chiefs and union representatives. The full board includes members of other public safety professions.

Ianieri could not be reached for comment, but he earlier told the committee, during a verbal mitigation statement, that he’d never been in trouble before and took responsibility for his mistake.

Thursday’s meeting was the crescendo in a long-simmering fight over the former police supervisor’s fate. It played out amid growing national outrage over men’s treatment of women in a wide array of workplaces.

A written state summary of Ianieri’s case is short on detail but mentions inappropriate comments in text messages. Committee members also have described allegations of inappropriate photos and of inappropriate comments about a female officer’s body.

The Police Policy Committee recommended in May that Ianieri keep his state endorsement.

The board, at Myers’ urging, rejected that proposal in July and sent it back for the committee to reconsider. But members stuck to their conclusion that Ianieri should stay certified.

So, the case was back to the board Thursday for a final decision.

Myers started Thursday’s discussion by saying he didn’t believe Ianieri met the state’s moral fitness standards to work as a police officer. The sheriff said he’d read the 1,200 pages of Medford’s internal investigation and worried how Ianieri would behave in the community.

But others disagreed. Some members of the committee that recommended no action also sit on the board. They said they gave Ianieri a pass because the Medford Police Department hadn’t disciplined him properly or intervened early enough.

Ray Byrd, who represents private security officers on the board, said Ianieri should have known better. Byrd said the state’s training academy taught that such behavior was unacceptable even back in 1992, when he attended. He said Medford’s longstanding failure to address the misconduct should not excuse Ianieri.

“There have been a lot of things that police departments are responsible for, but police officers are also responsible for their own personal behavior,” Byrd said.

Oregon State Police Superintendent Travis Hampton said he still had concerns about whether Ianieri was given due process.

Hampton, who is on both the advisory committee and the full board, said that although Ianieri’s behavior was “egregious,” he couldn’t get over the fact that Ianieri was investigated by officers who had earlier tolerated his behavior.

“Twenty plus individuals were interviewed at this police department,” Hampton said. “Almost to the employee, this conduct was known for many years.”

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The chairman of the advisory committee echoed Hampton’s concerns.

Jeff Hering, a Tigard detective, said that the committee thoroughly reviewed the case before concluding Ianieri shouldn’t lose his badge.

“It was not a case that we took lightly,” Hering said. “By no means.”

At that point, the two sides were at an impasse. There weren’t enough votes to reverse the recommendation that Ianieri keep his state credentials.

The options for moving forward seemed limited.

Myers told board members that they could vote to send the case back for a third review at the Police Policy Committee. Or, he said, they could vote to confirm the committee’s recommendation to allow Ianieri to continue in the police profession and move on.

Patricia Patrick-Joling, the board’s only public member and an advocate for ousting Ianieri from law enforcement, suggested the board do the latter in an apparent effort to keep the meeting moving.

But not long after, she backed away from that suggestion, saying she didn’t feel good about it. She said she really thought Ianieri’s police career needed to end.

Mike Myers, chief of the Portland Fire Bureau, took a new approach.

“I think we need to take action, regardless of the fact that some employer did not use the discipline process,” Myers said.

At a time when explosive cases of sexual misconduct are making headlines daily, Myers asked: “Why doesn’t the policy committee get it?”

Hampton, the superintendent of state police, took offense, characterizing himself as a “hardliner” on the committee. He said he would entertain changing his vote if the board would consider suspending Ianieri’s certification, rather than taking it away altogether.

The board’s chairman, Jason Myers, jumped on the offer. He asked Hampton if he wanted to move forward on that idea. The superintendent said yes.

Each member around the table said his or her vote.

When it came Hering’s turn, he sighed and threw his pen down at the table. He said “aye” in support of overruling the committee he chairs.

The board then decided Ianieri’s penalty. Their answer: A suspension for three years.

“It’s a healthy discussion,” Eriks Gabliks, the director of the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training, said after the meeting. “That’s what the board is for.”


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David Edwin Lewis Murdered Missing Super 2018

Posted on February 4, 2018 at 7:35 PM


Murder is forever. Accountability needed as killers still free.

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MIMI WARNECKE alias SUSAN JANE JONES INC.

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NORTHROP GRUMMAN CO. MEDFORD CYBER WIDE

Posted on February 3, 2018 at 7:55 AM

NORTHROP GRUMMAN : : - - Northrop Grumman Fourth Quarter and 2017 Financial Results.





Northrop Grumman is a leading global security company providing innovative systems, products and solutions in autonomous systems, cyber, C4ISR, strike, and logistics and modernization to customers worldwide. Our employees are driven by a purpose and mission to secure the world. We are searching for candidates who are passionate about advanced technology and equipment, but more so about what the technology can do â?? and whom it can protect. From families to the intelligence community, from our climate to our men and women in uniform, we're working together to make the world a safer place. Across our career areas and around the globe, we see the impact our work has on the world every day. If you want to join a team committed to excellence and making a difference, apply today. Letâ??s do work that matters â?? together. Website http://www.northropgrumman.com/ Headquarters Falls Church, VA Year Founded 1939 Company Type Public Company Size 10,001+ employees Specialties engineering, information technology, electronics, military, systems engineering, software engineering, contracts, supply chain, manufacturing, logistics, aerospace, defense, unmanned systems, c4isr, cyber, cyber security, advanced electronics, directed energy, space " -

SKY RESEARCH, JERRY HODGSON, ASHLAND AIRPORT

Posted on February 1, 2018 at 7:10 AM

Government official accused of accepting bribes from Ashland defense contractor


SKY SKY SKY SKY SKY SKY SKY


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Henry Hovelman junior...who legally changed his name to SKY and created a                  " disadvantaged business owned by a female (for grants$$$) ... and "staff" sans Jerry.





" A former program manager for the Army Corps of Engineers in Nebraska is accused of rigging bids on nine contracts in exchange for about $33,000 worth of bribes that included cash, entertainment and trips, according to a federal criminal information filed Monday. Jerry Hodgson is charged with conspiring with Sky Research Inc., an Ashland defense contractor, to defraud the United States. Hodgson is accused of providing Sky Research with sensitive information, including contractor bid or proposal information before government contracts were awarded to give Sky Research a competitive advantage in the bidding process, Assistant U.S. Attorney Scott E. Bradford wrote in the court document. Hodgson oversaw the Department of Defense's Military Munitions Response Program and recommended vendors for specific contracts. Sky Research obtained government contracts to help detect unexploded land mines.

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Posted on January 31, 2018 at 7:05 AM

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" News of continued problems at the state defense agency has one key lawmaker alarmed. Sen. Brian Boquist, R-Dallas.

Sen. Brian Boquist, R-Dallas and chairman of the Senate Veterans and Emergency Preparedness Committee, said the federal audits point to "serious systemic problems" within the Office of Emergency Management. He said allegations of mismanagement have persisted for years, despite assurances to the contrary by top brass at the Oregon Military Department.

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" Oregon National Guard soldiers participate in weapons qualifications practice and testing at the Umatilla Army Depot in Hermiston, Oregon. A division of the Oregon Military Department, the Oregon Office of Emergency Management, is facing a potential $3 million debt because of misspending federal funds. (Beth Nakamura/Staff) Oregon disaster prep agency faces debt over misspent funds The Oregonian/OregonLive SALEM â?? Oregon's emergency preparedness agency misspent millions of dollars of Department of Homeland Security grants between 2010 and 2012, prompting federal officials to demand repayment, according to records recently obtained by The Oregonian/OregonLive.


Federal auditors now plan to audit three additional years of agency spending to check whether it misused money during those years, a letter from federal officials shows. At the heart of the problem is how Oregon spent federal counter-terrorism grants. Audit and correspondence records obtained by The Oregonian/OregonLive show officials at the Oregon Office of Emergency Management broke the rules and used part of a $30 million grant to pay salaries of at least eight employees, including the director, deputy director and spokespeople. Those workers were not to be paid with the grants without federal permission, which the state did not have. Those employees also did not file proper timesheets, federal auditors found. Grant money was also spent on rent, office supplies and travel when it should not have been, they said. The state emergency response agency now faces a budget problem because of a possible $3 million repayment. Officials this month asked the Legislature for money to patch the budget hole.


- The Oregon Office of Emergency Management is a little-known but critically important state government agency. It is overseen by the Oregon Military Department and runs a statewide disaster preparedness network meant to be Oregonians' lifeline in the event of a catastrophe or terrorism.


The commander of Oregon's defense forces, Maj. Gen. Michael Stencel, said Monday that he welcomes federal scrutiny of his agency's spending. Stencel, who has headed the Military Department since 2015, said he is taking steps to improve department operations. Brig. Gen. Mike Caldwell directed the Office of Emergency Management on an interim basis while also serving as deputy director of the Military Department during the period federal auditors say $3 million was misused. Caldwell resigned in 2013 after accusations that he made inappropriate sexual advances toward a female subordinate. He is now a consultant. Asked about the spending of Homeland Security grants, Caldwell said, "I don't recall any questions" by federal officials about Oregon's spending, adding that he did not remember "anything about homeland security." He said any misspending was the result of "ignorance" or disagreement with federal officials over spending rules. - "I certainly don't remember any decisions made where we said we'd try to purposefully game the system," Caldwell said. Andrew Phelps, the agency's director since 2015, said Monday that the misspending "is not unique to Oregon" and that the state has appealed federal officials' demands for repayment. At least 20 other states or U.S. territories were found to have misspent parts of their homeland security grants, according to an audit by the Department of Homeland Security's inspector general. The Military Department is hopeful its appeal of the $3 million debt will be successful in part because Oregon "chose to stop what we were doing" after federal officials alerted them to misused money, said David Stuckey, the deputy director since 2014. Despite that, federal auditors were evidently alarmed enough by their findings to open additional investigations into spending from 2012-2015. Those probes are ongoing, according to a letter sent by the Federal Emergency Management Agency in late 2017. - - ew revelations of misspending come as the emergency prep agency has faced scrutiny from Oregon's own auditors and upheaval in its upper ranks. A state audit released January 25 showed the agency is dramatically underprepared to deal with a large-scale disaster. And in 2016, a Marion County jury awarded the agency's previous director, Martin Plotner, nearly $1 million after Plotner claimed his bosses at the Oregon Military Department fired him for attempting to blow the whistle on improper spending and sexual harassment by Caldwell. - - News of continued problems at the state defense agency has one key lawmaker alarmed. Sen. Brian Boquist, R-Dallas. Sen. Brian Boquist, R-Dallas and chairman of the Senate Veterans and Emergency Preparedness Committee, said the federal audits point to "serious systemic problems" within the Office of Emergency Management. He said allegations of mismanagement have persisted for years, despite assurances to the contrary by top brass at the Oregon Military Department. "These false assurances are all in question now," Boquist said. He added, "Talk is cheap. What we need is action to protect Oregonians. We should expect more out of our civilian and senior military leadership in Oregon." 'QUESTIONED COSTS' ABOUND After federal audits uncovered misspending, state officials hired an independent auditing firm, West Linn-based Merina and Company, to do their own assessment of agency budgeting. That report was completed in 2014, but was "not accepted" by federal officials because auditors reviewed too few transactions and the "overall quality" of the audit was substandard, records show. Oregon then hired Moss Adams LLP to do a second audit, which finished in December 2016. Moss Adams auditors reached largely the same conclusions as federal officials. - - A September 2017 letter from the Federal Emergency Management Agency states that Oregon will "jeopardize future financial assistance" if it does not pay back money spent on "questioned costs." Oregon officials "accepted responsibility" for the poor decision making, a state document shows, but assert that leaders always "followed the intent" of federal spending laws. Officials said FEMA workers were shown how Oregon spent the grant money before the audit and were never told to change course. Nevertheless, the state now faces a hefty debt during a budget cycle that leaves little room for error. MORE MONEY REQUESTED Earlier this month, Stuckey, the Military Department deputy, submitted a budget request to the Oregon Legislature saying his department will need at least $1.6 million to plug a hole opened by the feds' demand for their money back. The request was sent to Senate President Peter Courtney and House Speaker Tina Kotek. In it, Stuckey contends FEMA officials "overlooked" mitigating circumstances tied to misspending. Kotek said Monday that she had not yet reviewed Stuckey's budget request, but added that she would not be surprised to learn of additional problems with the emergency agency because earlier audits flagged problems. - In its budget request, the Office of Emergency Management indicates the problem is not just a one-time hole due to the possible $3 million back payment, but an ongoing need to make up for federal funds it can't use to cover salaries and other costs. 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JERRY CHUN SHING LEE of CIA

Posted on January 17, 2018 at 6:35 AM


KENNEDY AIRPORT MONDAY arrested Lee for

UNAUTHORIZED possession of classified  documents : 

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" A former CIA officer has been arrested in the US on charges of retaining classified information in a case thought to be linked to the crippling of the agency's spy operation in China.

 

Jerry Chun Shing Lee, a naturalised US citizen, was held at New York's JFK airport on Monday, the US justice department said.

 

He worked for the CIA between 1994 and 2007, when he left for Hong Kong.

 

In 2012 the FBI began investigating the disappearance of CIA agents in China.

 

In the two years before, some 20 informants had been killed or jailed - one of the most disastrous failures of US intelligence in recent years.

 

But officials did not know at the time whether to blame a mole or data hack.

 

China crippled CIA by killing US sources, says New York Times

US media, quoting sources close to the inquiry, say investigators now suspect Mr Lee of helping China.

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2010: Information gathered by the US from sources deep inside the Chinese government bureaucracy start to dry up

2011: Informants begin to disappear. It is not clear whether the CIA has been hacked or whether a mole has helped the Chinese to identify agents

2012: FBI begins investigation

May 2014: Five Chinese army officers are charged with stealing trade secrets and internal documents from US companies. Later that same month, China says it has been a main target for US spies

2015: CIA withdraws staff from the US embassy in Beijing, fearing data stolen from government computers could expose its agents

April 2017: Beijing offers hefty cash rewards for information on foreign spies

May 2017: Four former CIA officials tell the New York Times that up to 20 CIA informants were killed or imprisoned by the Chinese between 2010 and 2012

June 2017: Former US diplomatic officer Kevin Mallory is arrested and charged with giving top-secret documents to a Chinese agent

January 2018: Former CIA officer Jerry Chun Shing Lee is arrested

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Mr Lee, also known as Zhen Cheng Li, served in the US Army from 1982-86, say court documents.

 

He began his CIA career in 1994 as a case officer trained in covert communications, surveillance detection, recruitment, and the handling and payment of assets (agents or informants), among other duties. He was given top secret clearance and signed several non-disclosure agreements.

 

When Mr Lee left the CIA in 2007, "those who knew him said he left the agency disgruntled after his career plateaued", reported the New York Times.

 

Mr Lee remained in Hong Kong and only returned to America in 2012 to live in northern Virginia, the court documents say - according to one report lured by a fake job offer.

 

What happened during that visit?

The FBI's investigation into why the US was losing so many informants in China was by this point in full swing.

 

FBI agents searched his hotel rooms in Hawaii and Virginia and found two small books with secret records, the US justice department says.

 

They contained handwritten notes on details such as "true names and phone numbers of assets and covert CIA employees".

 

Mr Lee left the US in 2013 after being questioned on five occasions by FBI agents. He never mentioned his possession of the books containing classified information, say the court documents.

 

He has only now been detained while on another visit. It's unclear whether he knew he was still under suspicion.

 

What has he been charged with?

The justice department says that Mr Lee, 53, has been charged "with unlawful retention of national defence information and faces a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison, if convicted".

 

He has not been charged with espionage, which can carry the death penalty - with some reports suggesting the US may not want to reveal secret information in court or that the FBI has struggled to gather the quality of evidence required to make a case for such a charge.

 

The court documents make no mention of any covert link between Mr Lee and the Chinese state, but sources close to the investigation say this is the suspicion.

 

Mr Lee appeared in Brooklyn federal court on Tuesday after being arrested at JFK. He is being held there while awaiting transfer to Virginia, where a federal court has brought the charges against him.

 

Is this case unusual?

If Washington's reported suspicions are correct, this case has had enormous repercussions. Some 18-20 informants may have been killed as part of China's attempts to dismantle the US intelligence operation on its soil.

 

But it's only the latest chapter in a long saga of espionage and counter-espionage between the US and China - one, say analysts, that should not be eclipsed by the focus on Russian covert activities.

 

Tech giants have been banned from both countries amid concerns about industrial espionage.

 

In more recent years, concerns about cyber hacking have come to the fore. In May 2014, five Chinese army officers were charged with hacking into US companies in a bid for competitive advantage. Just a week later, China accused the US of using the internet to spy on its leaders and leading institutions.

 

Earlier that year, former CIA contractor Edward Snowden claimed that the US National Security Agency (NSA) was hacking thousands of Chinese computer networks.

 

US man 'gave top-secret information' to Chinese agent

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TRUTH ABOUT HYATT LAKE OREGON. HYPOCRITES

Posted on January 12, 2018 at 6:35 AM

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" An unusual request to downgrade the zoning at an Applegate property has been stopped in its tracks by code violations, including an unpermitted pot operation by people who dumped fill dirt in a floodplain.

 

Jackson County code enforcement officers found a 14.7-acre property at 2459 Little Applegate Road had marijuana production without permits, vegetation removed from riparian areas and 20 to 30 cubic yards of dirt placed in the floodplain of the Little Applegate River.

 

The property owners, Ted and Susan Shaffer, had requested a zoning change last August from rural residential to open-space reserve on their property, which is essentially a zoning downgrade. Usually the county receives requests to upgrade the zoning on properties. Rural residential zoning doesn’t allow commercial marijuana grows.

 

While the county was reviewing the Shaffers’ request, it received a complaint about the property.

 

When the code enforcement officer showed up at the Shaffers’ property, the marijuana plants had been harvested and removed, but the officer noticed other problems that needed to be cleared up.

 

“Per our code, we cannot go forward with their zone change application while there are outstanding code violations, and they will need to resolve these issues prior to us rescheduling a Planning Commission hearing for them,” said Jackson County Administrator Danny Jordan.

 

A public hearing scheduled for Thursday at the Jackson County Planning Commission on the zoning change has been canceled.

 

The county won’t determine a fine for the violations until the matter goes to a formal hearing. A new ordinance would raise the possible fine from $600 to $1,000 per violation. A floodplain development permit of $1,511 is also required.

 

So far, the Shaffers have spent $6,659 in fees for their zoning change request.

 

 

Before the county can proceed with further review of their request, the Shaffers must file a floodplain development permit for the fill dirt. The fill removal is subject to review by Oregon Department of State Lands.

 

DSL gets involved in fill cases where 50 cubic yards or more have been added, or if the stream is a salmon habitat, said Julie Curtis, spokesman for DSL.

 

“The Little Applegate River is Essential Salmon Habitat, so any amount of removal or fill would be regulated by us,” Curtis stated in an email.

 

DSL has not received a permit application on the Shaffers’ property.

 

Ted Shaffer declined to comment when contacted by the Mail Tribune Monday.

 

Shaffer filed a 44-page zoning change application with the county.

 

“Our OSR zone request is to allow production of one or more sustainable crops that will provide economic stability to us and contribute to the community, Jackson County and the state,” the application states.

 

 

The Shaffers, in their application, maintain that their property is more suitable for an open-space reserve zoning. Other properties in the area have similar zoning, or are woodland reserve. In 1993, prior to the property being owned by the Shaffers, it had a zoning of woodland reserve.

 

A 2,655-square-foot house built in 2006 is located on the property, which is bisected by Little Applegate Road.

 

The owners indicated their “agricultural activities” will be limited in size because they will be tended by two individuals. Water for drip irrigation would be drawn from the Little Applegate.

 

They also wrote that because trees on the land have been lost to drought and beetles, they want to invest in replanting after they gain additional financial resources from their crop.

 

Their application said they want the open-space reserve zoning to take advantage of special grants that would help repair the riverbanks that have been eroded by high water in recent years. The Shaffers said the open-space reserve zoning is more appropriate for land next to a fish-bearing stream.

 

The Shaffers have owned the property since 2003 and have water rights to the Little Applegate River, according to their application. " 

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