Homeless ordered to vacate Sunny Acres
August 26, 2010
A San Luis Obispo Superior Court judge denied Dan de Vaul’s request to reconsider his previous ruling that the homeless have to vacate Sunny Acres because the buildings and facilities on the site are too dangerous for tenants. [KSBY]
For almost a decade, de Vaul has been housing dozens of homeless men and women in a farmhouse, a stucco barn, and a group of garden sheds on his 72-acre ranch northwest of San Luis Obispo on Los Osos Valley Road.
de Vaul’s attorney, John Belsher, told the court he has written statements from engineers and architects that the buildings are structurally sound. Nevertheless, the judge said that the tenants have to vacate the premises by Sept. 3.