San Luis Obispo ranch and sober living facility... has been at odds with county officials for years over well contamination, and what they call junk on his property off of Los Osos Valley Road.
The county says many structures on Sunny Acres aren't up to health and safety codes. But De Vaul maintains he's providing a community service, by providing a place for local homeless to live and be safe..
Sunny Acres owner Dan De Vaul took to the stand on Thursday in his own defense.
A hearing on whether he's violated San Luis Obispo County code continued with testimony. De Vaul explained to the judge he demolished structures on his property, in an attempt to comply with the court's order.
The attorneys representing the county argue he didn't have proper permits, and should be appointed a receiver to oversee the ranch.
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