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Thursday, December 2, 2010

Jimmy Jen codes case settled; S.F. gets $486,000 - SFGate

Bob Egelko of the Chronicle writes,
San Francisco's long-running case against a permit expediter who repeatedly violated city building codes has ended with a $486,000 payment from his bankruptcy estate, the city attorney's office said Wednesday.

The city won a Superior Court ruling in 2003 finding that Jimmy Jen had broken numerous laws while expanding a residence he bought in Visitacion Valley in 1999 and sold two years later. Judge Ellen Chaitin said Jen had violated health and safety rules and ignored a city order to stop work on the property.
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