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County Cites Timbuktu Owners After Raid

| March 18, 2010, 04:40 PM | 3 Comments

Following Immigration Raids, County Cites Owners For 20 Violations

County Executive John R. Leopold today announced that the Health Department and the Department of Inspections and Permits will be taking action against property owners for 20 violations ranging from unsafe structures to junk and debris discovered as a result of illegal immigration raids on three properties last week.

Employers must be held accountable for violating federal immigration laws as well as the negative impact they have on the community for forcing their workers to live in deplorable conditions.  Our local law enforcement and County agencies play an important role in making sure that these actions are not tolerated.

–Anne Arundel County Executive, John R. Leopold

On March 11, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents with support from 18 County police officers served warrants on Timbuktu Restaurant in Hanover and residences connected to the business. Twenty-nine people were taken into custody for immigration violations.

Each violation of the County Construction Code carries a possible fine of $500.  Violations of the Property Maintenance Code and Zoning Code carry a possible fine of $125 per day.  These violations can be enforced through injunctive proceedings or the issuance of civil citations.  If the zoning violations are not corrected and injunctive proceedings are initiated, the owner can be fined up to $500 per day.

The following violations were identified:

●       1738 Dorsey Road – untagged vehicle, junk and debris, illegal dwelling with no windows, sewage overflow, large amounts of garbage, garage used as a dwelling, rodent infestation.
●       1754 Dorsey Road – untagged vehicle, junk and debris, large amounts of garbage, two sheds in disrepair, rodent infestation
●       1704 Dorsey Road – junk and debris, unsafe structure
●       1726 Dorsey Road – untagged vehicle, junk and debris, illegal deck, unsafe structure with fire damage

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  1. Tim Trauber says:

    Your blog is a PR shop for John R. Leopold. Do you disclose your donation as being ‘in kind’ on his campaign finance report?

  2. EOA Staff says:

    Tim…is this not newsworthy? Sorry, no donations to Leopold–feel free to check. Nor have there been any to Joanna Conti who has also been featured here.

  3. EOA Staff says:

    Come to think of it Tim…do yourself a favor and do a search on this blog for Leopold. If I recall, we were VERY critical of “Chevy Gate” last year!

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