Ernie Egger Plans Wine Party Shuttles While on Home Confinement
Sign on Property owned by Ernest and Corin Egger will read: “Mendo Insider Tours & Transportation Wine Tours Parties Shuttles”
For all of you Beaumont Citizens that were worried about poor Ernie Egger’s home confinement; dry your tears. Ernie is alive and well and living the life in Mendocino – thanks to the money he ‘earned’ from the City of Beaumont.
Remember Beaumont Citizens; There was only $41 Million stolen – the other $350 Million has all been accounted for. Ernie Egger earned every penny of his share of the $350 Million he walked off with. He did not embezzle that money at all. It’s all ‘fake news’.
And don’t worry your pretty little heads about Egger not being able to hold a government office – that doesn’t prevent him from pillaging Taxpayer money with private sector companies like he did with Urban Logic Consultants.
January 11, 218: New board officers; projects approved: http://www.mendocinobeacon.com…
David Lipkind submitted an application (MHRB_2017-0016) to install a 6-square-foot wooden sign with orange, black and blue coloring, reading “Mendo Insider Tours & Transportation Wine Tours Parties Shuttles” on the existing building at 10550 Lansing St.
The property is owned by Ernest and Corin Egger and the agent for the applicant is Rick Sacks. Sacks, owner of The Sign Shop in Mendocino, was at the meeting to discuss the details and answer questions about the proposed sign.
The application was approved by the MHRB with modifications. Potash said, “The sign needs to be below the roof eaves … the code stipulates the sign below the eaves.”
All three MHRB members indicated that the colors of the sign were not historic. They approved the sign “with the understanding that the sign will meet code 20.712.015a and the colors [as presented] will be muted.”
The staff report and application for this project is available online at https://www.mendocinocounty.or…
October 10, 2016: 10550 Lansing Street ; http://www.mendocinobeacon.com…
Ernest Egger and Ishvi Benzvi Aum requested to do restoration work to the single-lot facing Lansing Street between its intersections with Calpella and Little Lake streets. Work detailed in the project includes installing two signs which will read ‘Aum’; establishing three on-site parking spaces; and constructing two 96-square-foot arbors, a BBQ area, and vending table.
The board felt that the applicant failed to provide enough details about the project for the board to make an informed decision and requested the item be continued to another month when the applicant could provide a more comprehensive application.