Currently as shown by Grant deed, Exhibit 1, The Reeds own APN 571-040-002 AKA par #2 shown within the December 20, 1968 subdivision Record of Survey 53/40 parcel #2 Exhibit 2. The Riverside County Assessor’s parcel numbers are assigned by the County. This APN 571-571-040-002 is AKA 44100 Ginger Circle. Record #571-040-002 par 2. See County Assessor map #571-04 Exhibit 3 . That map clearly identifies four parcels from West to East as #’s 1, 2, 3 and 4. Note; Exhibit 3 referenced the month as January and year 1970. Thereinafter Riverside County Assessors map 571-04 Exhibit 3 has shown what is commonly known from west to east Par no address, par 2 is 44100 Ginger Circle, then 44144 Ginger Circle, Par 3 and 44240 East Benton Rd. Par 4, Hemet CA all are clearly marked on assessor map 571-04 as par1, 2, 3, & 4.
Recorded facts maintained by the Secretary of State and/or Riverside County Recorder as achieves do not show 44100 Ginger Circle being transferred to a Weber anything. However all of the recorded Grant Deed facts do not include any fictitious business as a benefactor of granted rights to make use of APN 571-040-002. Recorded facts do provide 100% undisputable proof that no such business known as Weber Valley now owns, or has ever owned, any real property or portion of any real property within the County of Riverside. The fictitious Weber Valley business name was not recorded by the Secretary of State as a legally recognized non-profit Exhibit #4 within California. With that being said, Weber Valley Water Association as a business entity is currently operating within the County of Riverside.
CA BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONS CODE – BPC
DIVISION 7. GENERAL BUSINESS REGULATIONS [17900-17930]
Chapter 5 Fictitious Business Names [17900-17930]
See section 17913-17930 as it relates to the fictitious Business name Weber Valley Heights Non-profit Association.
Take note; Weber Valley Water Association as a business entity fails to maintain a legal fictitious business name statement within California as required per CA Business and Professions Code, Exhibit #4.
It is undisputed that my predecessors in interest Charles Campbell and Jo Ann Campbell on March 15, 1985 received granted easement rights along with others to a specific location Exhibit #5.
May 24, 1990 Charles Campbell and Jo Ann Campbell thereafter granted easement rights of interest to themselves along with appurtenant rights so granted for others to make use of a specific 30 ft circle of land located whereas recitals are shown within Exhibit #2 map. The rights do run as an appurtenance benefit of those specified land parcels so named and identified in Exhibit (A) as was incorporated, attached and part thereto the 1990 Grant of Easement. Those specific recitals so clearly written within were in fact granted by recording the documentation. That thereby did exclude all others from trespass. Specifically the singular union called Weber Valley Heights Water Association was not named as a benefactor within the recitals. Absent be the norm. Point made, not one word in the easement after “Charles and Jo Ann Campbell to” name a Weber Valley Heights Water Association as benefactor of enjoyment to those specific rights so being granted and executed on April 12, 1990 per the recorded document #191167, Exhibit #5.
On 9-11-1992 Ronald Mark Luchant provided grant of easement right to and for specific parcels and people. Those benefactor rights did not include a Weber Valley Heights Non-Profit as having interest or as a benefactor, (SEE Exhibit #6) .
It is undisputed that on February 26, 1990 a well driller application was submitted to the County of Riverside, Exhibit 7. That action resulted in well drilling permit #16245 being issued on February 27, 1990, Exhibit 8. The permit shows it was for exclusive use at 44135 Perryman Lane, AKA, Assessor’s Parcel number (“APN #571-030-037”). See assessor parcel map 571-03 par 37 Exhibit 9 and Record of Survey map 53/47 par37 Exhibit 10. The County of Riverside Recorder and Department of Environmental Health archived records both provide conclusive proof where well permit #16245 was intended for and so shown to be correctly named as the location on the permit. Take note of the submitted application Exhibit 7 owner name. Take note of the exact location and who signed for the permit. On February 27, 1990, permit #16245, was without question, in fact, issued for use under a fictitious business name being Weber Valley Heights Assn. Again make no mistake the intended well location was shown to be 44135 Perryman Lane. The property on February 26,1990 to present was not owned by the named owner on that wrongfully issued permit #16245. Under California Law, I ask was Exhibit 8 somehow transferrable for use at another address? If yes, under what law was that action permitted? Under County of Riverside Ordinance 682 section
An attorney representing Weber Valley wrote, “pursuant to the Association’s easement rights”, meaning Weber Valley Heights Water Association, (“WVHWA” herein or after) applied for and obtained a well drilling permit from the County of Riverside in 1990. I replied to the Attorney, “However your statement is flawed due to your client lying and providing forged documents for you to base your opinion”. Exhibit #10. The Law firm thereafter dropped the Association like a hot potato upon review of the facts.
Fact, Deborah St. Pierre and Robert Franko’s property is where that permit #16245 was issued for use at. The permit #16245 was issued 43 days prior to a grant of easement being signed by my predecessors, the Campbell’s. The recorded easement related to my parcel is clearly identified in Doc #191167 recitals Exhibit A. Thereto within Exhibit A it described benefactors parcels, records of survey owner names. Page 1 identified easement entitlements and measurements. The easement area consists of a thirty (30’) foot circle around the well location. Let me clarify a fact. If permit 16245 was issued for a well located on what is now Deborah St. Pierre and Robert Franko’s address 44135 Perryman Lane APN 571-030-037 Record of Survey 53/50, the County would be spot on correct where a well was drilled.
However if County representatives mean permit 16245 was issued for the well at 44100 Ginger Circle they would be 100% absolutely wrong. Robert Franko and Deborah St Pierre are both liars. An official County statement Exhibit 7 claims there is no record of a well drilling permit for the well at 44100 Ginger Circle. Therefor the well remains in violation of the Dec, 31. 1989 County Ordinance 682 sec. 3 Permits. Furthermore the well location was illegally energized by running an unpermitted 240 volt system 750 foot starting from the South East corner of APN 571-040-004 then proceeding west 330 foot crossing APN 571-040-003 another 330 foot and resurfacing above ground 180 foot onto APN 571-040-002. The electrical then terminates 590 foot below ground itn the well.
- A trail of documentation showing exactly how anyone becomes a member of Weber Valley Heights Water Association (WVHWA ) does not exist.
- No contractual agreement or recorded deed makes anybody or any real property a member of the fictitious club WVHWA.
- I have in common rights that run appurtenant to and for my separate interest property. Those rights fail to name WVHWA anywhere as a dominate rights owner or benefactor thereto those rights referenced.
- Personally I do not know how any person(s) automatically and magically become members of a third party Association that is fictitious. Whereas that party absolutely fails entitlement of real property ownership. The Association is just a fictitious name, thereby see CA Civil Code real property ownership and see California Penal Code related to fraud Associations.
County of Riverside
ORDINANCE NO. 682
(AS AMENDED THROUGH 682.6)
AN ORDINANCE OF THE COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE REGULATING
THE CONSTRUCTION, RECONSTRUCTION, ABANDONMENT
AND DESTRUCTION OF WELLS AND INCORPORATING BY REFERENCE
ORDINANCE NO. 725
The Board of Supervisors of the County of Riverside, Ordains that Ordinance No.
682 is amended in its entirety to read as follows:
SECTION 1 PURPOSE, AUTHORITY AND IMPLEMENTATION
The purpose of this ordinance is to provide minimum standards for construction,
reconstruction, abandonment, and destruction of all wells in order to: (a) protect
underground water resources, and (b) provide safe water to persons within Riverside County. Pursuant to the authority cited in Chapter 13801(c) of the California Water Code, the Riverside County Department of Environmental Health shall enforce the provisions of this ordinance within its jurisdiction.
Standards for the construction, reconstruction, abandonment, or destruction of wells shall be the standards recommended in the Bulletins of the California Department of Water Resources as follows: Bulletin 74-81 Chapter II Water Wells, and Bulletin 74-90 (Supplement to Bulletin 74-81) and as these Bulletins may be amended by the State of California from time to time. The content of said Bulletins are hereby incorporated by reference.
SECTION 2 DEFINITIONS
Whenever in this ordinance the following terms are used, they shall have the
meanings respectively ascribed to them in this section:
A. “Abandoned Wells” and “Abandonment”, shall apply to a well whose original or
functional purpose and use has been discontinued for a period of one (1) year and which has not been declared for reuse with the Department by the legal owner, or a well in such a state of disrepair that it cannot be functional for its original purpose or any other function regulated under this ordinance.
B. “Agriculture Well” shall mean any water well used to supply water for irrigation or other agricultural purposes.
C. “Cathodic Protection Well” shall mean any artificial excavation in excess of fifty
(50′) feet constructed by any method for the purpose of installing equipment or
facilities for the protection electrically of metallic equipment in contact with the
ground, commonly referred to as cathodic protection.
D. “Community Water Supply Well” shall mean any well which provides water for
public water supply systems.
E. “Contamination” shall mean an impairment of the quality of the waters of the state by waste to a degree which creates a hazard to the public health through poisoning or through the spread of disease.
F. “Cross-Connection” shall mean any unprotected connection between any part of a water system used or intended to supply water for domestic purposes and any source or system containing water or other substances that are not or cannot be approved as safe, pure, wholesome, and potable for human consumption.
G. “Department” shall mean the Riverside County Department of Environmental
H. “Director” shall mean the Director of Environmental Health or their duly authorized representative.
I. “Distribution System” shall include the facilities, conduits, or any other means
used for the delivery of water from the source facilities to the customer’s system.
J. “Driven Well” is a small diameter well made by connecting lengths of 1-1/4” or 2” diameter steel pipe together with threaded couplings. Threaded to the bottom of the string of pipe is a drive-point well screen. Driven wells are permitted for non-potable use only.
K. “Geothermal Heat Exchange Well” shall mean any uncased excavation by any
method for the purpose of using the heat exchange capacity of the earth for heating
and cooling and in which the ambient ground temperature is 860 Fahrenheit (300
Celsius) or less and which uses a closed loop fluid system to prevent the discharge or escape of its fluid into the surrounding aquifers or geologic formations. Geothermal Heat Exchange Wells are also known as ground source heat pump wells (California Water Code Section 13713). Such wells or boreholes are not intended to produce water or steam.
L. “Exploration Hole” (or “Boring”) shall mean an uncased excavation for the
purpose of immediately determining the existing geological and/or hydrological
conditions at the site either by direct observation or other means.
M. “Extraction Well” shall mean any well used to extract water for treatment,
dewatering or other processes but not to include domestic or agricultural uses.
N. “Individual Domestic Well” (IDW) shall mean any well used to supply water for
domestic needs other than a public water supply system.
O. “Industrial Well” shall mean any well used primarily to supply water for industrial processes and may supply water intentionally or incidentally for domestic purposes.
P. “Injection Well” (or “Recharge Well”) shall mean any well used to inject water of
approved quality into groundwater basins (Special approval required).
Q. “Lateral (horizontal) Well” shall mean a well drilled or constructed horizontally or at an angle with the horizon as contrasted with the common vertical well and does not include horizontal drains or wells constructed to remove subsurface water from hillside, cuts, or fills.
R. “Monitoring Well” shall mean an artificial excavation by any method for the purpose of observing, monitoring, or supplying the conditions of a water bearing Aquifer, such as fluctuations in groundwater levels, quality of ground waters, or the concentration of contaminants in underground waters.
S. “Person” shall mean any individual, firm, corporation, association, profit or nonprofit organization, trust, partnership, special district, or governmental agency to the extent authorized by law.
T. “Pollution” shall mean an alteration of water by waste to a degree which
unreasonably affects such water for beneficial uses, or facilities which serve such
beneficial uses “Pollution” may include “contamination”.
SECTION 3 PERMIT REQUIREMENTS
A. No person or entity shall construct, reconstruct or destroy a well that requires a
permit from the Department as noted in this section.
B. The following well types require a permit:
- Water well
- Cathodic protection well
- Monitoring well
- Geothermal heat exchange well
- Injection or recharge wells
- Extraction wells
C. The following activities do not require a permit:
- Exploration holes or borings used for the purposes of determining immediate geological or hydrological information relating to onsite wastewater treatment systems.
- Exploration holes or borings used for the purposes of determining geological or hydrological information relating to environmental assessments, liquefaction studies or geotechnical investigations for construction purposes, that are temporary and destroyed within 24 hours.
D. Any person or entity seeking a permit for the construction, reconstruction or destruction of a well shall apply for a permit on an application supplied by the Department and submit the applicable fee(s) as noted in Ordinance 640. The application shall conform with all applicable sections of this ordinance related to construction, reconstruction or destruction of a well.
E. All complete and accurate permit applications shall be approved or denied within fifteen (15) working days after the date of filing of the application or shall be deemed approved. The term working day shall be defined to mean a day in which the County of Riverside is open to members of the public for regular business.
- Approved permits may include conditions and requirements found by the
Department to be reasonably necessary to accomplish the purpose of this
- If the application is denied, the applicant shall be informed of any deficiencies contained in the application at the time of being notified of such denial. The applicant, after initial denial, may resubmit a corrected application that addresses the deficiencies that were identified as part of the application denial. The applicant shall resubmit a corrected application within thirty (30) days after being notified of the application denial or thereafter a new permit application will need to be submitted.
F. Any person or entity who commences any work for which a permit is required by this Department without obtaining a permit, shall pay double the permit fee for such work.
- No penalty shall apply to emergency work when it has been established in writing to the satisfaction of the Director that such work was urgently necessary and that it was not practical to obtain a permit before commencement of the work. In all cases in which emergency work is necessary, a permit shall be applied for within three (3) working days after commencement of the work. The applicant for a permit for any such emergency work shall, in any case, demonstrate that all work
performed is in compliance with the technical standards of Section 8 of this
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