CORRESPONDENCE - Non-Agenda
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City Council (2004 - Present)
02/02/2021 Regular and Special
CORRESPONDENCE - Non-Agenda
2/10/2021 8:41:53 AM
2/2/2021 1:40:01 PM
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<br />Orozco, Norma <br />From:pjmeszesan <firstname.lastname@example.org> <br />Sent:Tuesday, February 02, 2021 7:38 AM <br />To:eComment <br />Subject:Night Star Towing- 1335 N. Santiago St. #A Santa Ana, 92701 <br />I sued Albert Siordia DBA as Night Star Towing on January 14, 2020 and he agreed to pay me <br />$2000.00 through mediation. It has been over a year and so now it is a default judgement. My <br />research in preparing my case showed that Mr. Siordia was operating his business in Santa Ana <br />without current permits and insurance. He also had not payed his taxes to the city for many years, <br />falsified documents, damaged my vehicle, broke every tow law in the book, and even told me he was <br />filing for bankruptcy last July. His BBB rating is an "F", yet he continues to do business in your <br />city. Mr. Siordia continues to profit from his business (he bragged to me about the number of cars he <br />tows every weekend when I was paying him to get my car back). I doubt if the pandemic has affected <br />his business but I would not be surprised if he applied for pandemic assistance fraudulently. He gets <br />approximately $400.00 per tow. If you google reviews of his business you will see that countless other <br />citizens have been affected by Night Star Towing's substandard practices. I believe Mr. Siordia has <br />no intention of honoring his agreement. <br />My question for the council is: <br />1. Should a business be able to operate with a judgement(s) against it except on cases under an <br />appeal? <br />If there is not such a law, then I request that the city council create one so businesses will be held accountable. <br />There is something "not right" about a business continuing to profit without regard to the laws, in my case, a <br />judgement. Additionally, it is my belief that if a business does not follow one law, then they are probably not <br />following other ones as well. The city council should be able to write a letter to said businesses for compliance <br />purposes or be shut down. I'm sure those businesses will comply. Everybody wins, the city, and the citizenry. If <br />not, these rogue businesses will continue to flourish under the radar at the expense of all who are unfortunate <br />enough to cross their paths. Thank you for your consideration. <br />All for now, <br />PJ Mesesan <br />949.537.9625 <br />email@example.com <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />Sent from my T-Mobile 4G LTE Device <br /> <br />1 <br />
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