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Escambia Board of County Commissioners discuss replacing magistrate who sided with Sean's Outpos

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Escambia Board of County Commissioners discuss replacing magistrate who sided with Sean's Outpost:
 
 
In this meeting, a local resident voiced his concerns about not being heard at an emergency meeting to discuss Satoshi Forest, a nine acre private property that is being developed into a campground to serve the homeless. The meeting he is referring to was a quasi-judicial one, not a public one, and neither side was permitted to speak because the magistrate was only to hear the attorney representing Sean's Outpost and the county code enforcement officer who illegally entered the property. The magistrate sided with Sean's Outpost because there was clearly no emergency and agreed the county officer violated their fourth amendment right. Residents are upset that homeless people are allowed to camp on the private property, but there have been no instances of them harassing neighbors and every week a code enforcement officer and heath inspector are paid to check the property for violations. No violations have gone unresolved and Sean's Outpost is peacefully complying with the permitting process to turn the property into a fully functioning campground.

You can clearly hear the commissioners Grover Robinson, Wilson Robertson, and Gene Valentino discussing how to fire and replace her with one more friendly to their interests of shutting down the campground. While this may be legal, it is clearly unethical.


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