S&W recognizes National Code Compliance Month by offering four scholarships to CEOSF’s COSS certification program.
Silver & Wright LLP was a platinum sponsor at the California Association of Code Enforcement Officers (CACEO’s) 2022 Code Conference, and our attorneys taught five classes during the four-day event.
Silver & Wright LLP worked with the City of Chino to bring the dilapidated property at 13132 9th Street into compliance, after several extensions were granted.
Silver & Wright Law Firm Partner Valerie Escalante Troesh certified as Code Officer Safety Specialist through the Code Enforcement Officer Safety Foundation.
TEHACHAPI CITY COUNCIL FORMALLY ADOPTS CODE ENFORCEMENT ORDINANCES FOR THE COMMUNITY’S BENEFIT WITH AID FROM SILVER & WRIGHT LLP PARTNER VALERIE ESCALANTE TROESH
Tehachapi City Council unanimously approved three ordinances amending its municipal code’s code enforcement regulations to bring them into compliance.
Senate Bill-60: Expanded Fines for Short Term Rental Violations While Requiring Administrative Processes To Reduce Those Fines
California Senate Bill-60 (SB-60), the State’s emergency ordinance, allows cities and counties to increase the maximum fines for code violations.
California’s Newly Enacted Law Requires Code Enforcement Safety standards–Model for other jurisdictions nationally
Senate Bill 296 requires local jurisdictions to develop safety standards appropriate for the code enforcement officers employed in their jurisdiction.
Silver & Wright LLP – Helping Cities Bring Code Enforcement Statutes Into Compliance With New State Law – Enhancing Transparency And Clarity In Municipal Laws
On Nov. 15, 2021, the City of Tehachapi considered three ordinances amending its municipal code’s code enforcement regulations.
Too many of our code enforcement officers receive dangerous threats to their safety while on the field, even sometimes off-work.
The City of Palmdale partnered with Silver & Wright to garner a cease and desist letter to remove squatters from two parcels of land.