Auto crusher plans appeal after shutdown by Calif. city
Oct 27, 2009 | 08:31 AM
| Lisa Gordon
A California auto crusher and salvage yard plans to appeal a city decision to shut down its operations.
JM Enterprises has ceased operations after the city of Pittsburg, Calif., passed a recommendation by the local planning commission to revoke its use permit. The planning commission alleges that the company is a public nuisance and out of compliance with environmental codes and laws.
Proprietors of the operation, Cheyvonne and James Molino, have 90 days to file an appeal at the 6-acre operation, which they have run for more than three decades. The company's 25 employees are out of work as a result.....
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