Mesa v. Oliver

Constructed And Crushed Without Permit

March 4, 2012
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Constructed And Crushed Without Permit

Despite the obvious and imminent certainty of fire spread and public safety concerns, the former Mesa barkeep alleges his building was torn down without his permission. That the building was under wholesale construction, without Building Permit, allowing unsupervised and unqualified electricians and construction personnel to have their way with the building seems not to...

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Oliver’s Economic Desert Ships…Sea-Cans

February 28, 2012
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Oliver’s Economic Desert Ships…Sea-Cans

Although Oliver’s Desert Ship is visible from many vantage spots, from Councilor Doerr’s Brazilian wax location one is treated to an unobstructed view. The sight of a Sea-Can in the heart of our Economically Deserted Community speaks volumes to those unfamiliar with Oliver’s unique management style. Most, if not all other British Columbian Communities...

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Oliver’s 87th Street & Mesa Hotel Massacre Have Much in Common

May 22, 2011
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Oliver’s 87th Street & Mesa Hotel Massacre Have Much in Common

Today May 23 2011, Mesa Hotel property owners are even more steadfast in their understanding of the understood, underlying and opportunistic Town of Oliver’s management mindset, to extinguish the Mesa’s non conforming status, by which the only result from a Mesa Hotel fire would be a burned or demolished and crushed to the ground...

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