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CITY of OAKLAND

City Administrators Office


CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612


TTY/TDD
Main FAX
Voicemail

Nuisance Abatement Division


Niccolo De Luca, Deputy City Administrator
Arturo Sanchez, Case Manager

(510) 238-2007
(510) 238-7084
(510) 238-7542

October 12, 2006

Todd and Jennifer Sandstrom

RE:

Nuisance Activity at 4159 Randolph Avenue

Dear Owner(s):
The Nuisance Enforcement Unit of the City of Oakland is designed to work with property
owners to prevent and control nuisance activity on properties. Our intent is to notify
property owners of nuisance activity as early as possible. Our records indicated that
you are owners of record for 4159 Randolph Avenue, Oakland CA.
This letter is designed to provide an early warning to you, as a property owner that
nuisance activity maybe occurring on your property. It is also intended to facilitate early
nuisance abatement efforts. In each instance where this letter is being sent, the
Nuisance Enforcement Unit has received complaints from police, city workers and/or
citizens alleging specific activity in Violation of the Citys Public Nuisance Ordinance
(PNO), Ordinance # 12550 C.M.S and or the Nuisance Eviction Ordinance, Ordinance #
12592 C.M.S.
Our office has been informed that your property is the site of Noise Nuisances, OMC
8.18.010 Excessive and annoying noises prohibited; and 8.18.020 Persistent noises a
nuisance. There are reports that a garage band regularly practices on your property.
This activity constitutes a violation of the PNO due to its impact to the use and quiet
enjoyment of the surrounding communitys property.
This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to
abate. Should the NEU move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against
your property you will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is
abated. These fees and penalties include, but are not limited to: a $3000.00 Nuisance
case fee and civil penalties of $1000.00 a day.

4159 Randolph Avenue


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Each situation will be different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up
to you to determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to
abate the nuisance. A public nuisance under the PNO exists whenever a condition on a
property is maintained in violation of the Oakland Municipal Code, in violation of
California Civil Code Sections 3479 and 3480, or common law or in equity
jurisprudence. A public nuisance shall also exist whenever a condition so identified is
corrected but recurs, and continues as a recurrent problem.
Proprietors of rental units and commercial properties play an important role in
maintaining the integrity of their neighborhoods. We advise you to take the time to
assess your property, identify the problems and call us for assistance.
Thank you for your attention.

Sincerely,

ARTURO M. SANCHEZ
Assistant to the City Administrator

CITY of OAKLAND
City Administrators Office
CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612


TTY/TDD
Main FAX
Voicemail

Nuisance Abatement Division


Arturo Sanchez, Case Manager

(510) 238-2007
(510) 238-7084
(510) 238-7542

June 12, 2008

Nancy Kapogiannis

RE:

Nuisance Activity at 4223 Reinhardt Drive

Dear Owner(s):
The Nuisance Abatement Division (NAD) of the City of Oakland is designed to work with
property owners to prevent and control nuisance activity on properties. Our intent is to
notify property owners of nuisance activity as early as possible. Our records indicate
that you are the owner(s) of record for 4223 Reinhardt Drive , Oakland, CA.
This letter is designed to provide an early warning to you, as a property owner that
nuisance activity maybe occurring on your property. It is also intended to facilitate early
nuisance abatement efforts. In each instance where this letter is being sent, the
Nuisance Abatement Division has received complaints from police, city workers and/or
citizens alleging specific activity in Violation of the Citys Public Nuisance Ordinance
(PNO), Ordinance # 12550 C.M.S and or the Nuisance Eviction Ordinance, Ordinance #
12592 C.M.S.
Our office has been informed that your property is the site of Noise Nuisances, OMC
8.18.010 Excessive and annoying noises prohibited; and 8.18.020 Persistent noises a
nuisance. There are reports that your dogs constantly bark in violation of the City noise
ordinances. This activity may constitute a violation of the PNO due to its impact to the
use and quiet enjoyment of the surrounding communitys property.
This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to
abate. Should the NAD move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against
your property you will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is
abated. These fees and penalties include, but are not limited to a $3500.00 Nuisance
case fee and civil penalties of $1000.00 a day.

4223 Reinhardt Drive


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Each situation will be different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up
to you to determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to
abate the nuisance. A public nuisance under the PNO exists whenever a condition on a
property is maintained in violation of the Oakland Municipal Code, in violation of
California Civil Code Sections 3479 and 3480, or common law or in equity
jurisprudence. A public nuisance shall also exist whenever a condition so identified is
corrected but recurs, and continues as a recurrent problem.
Thank you for your attention.

Sincerely,

ARTURO M. SANCHEZ
Assistant to the City Administrator

CITY of OAKLAND
CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

City Administrators Office

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612


TTY/TDD (510) 238-2007
FAX (510) 238-7084
Voicemail ((510) 238-6370

Nuisance Abatement Division


Greg Minor, Assistant to the City Administrator

November 26, 2014

Denise R. & Paul Russell Etal

RE: Nuisance Activity at 4349 Fleming Ave., Oakland, CA


Dear Property Owner(s),
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity, namely excessive crowing
of rooster, has been reported as occurring at 4349 Fleming Avenue. Public records indicate that
you are the owner of record of this property.
In addition to violating Oaklands Noise Ordinance, Oakland Municipal Code 8.18, you are also
violating OMC section 6.04.320, Keeping of fowl It is unlawful for any person to keep, harbor
or maintain rooster within the city limit. These activities may constitute a public nuisance due to
its impact to the use and quiet enjoyment of the surrounding communitys property.
This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to abate.
Should our office move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against your property you
will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is abated, including a
$3,500.00 Nuisance case fee and civil penalties of $500.00 a day.
Each situation is different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up to you to
determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to abate the nuisance. We
advise you to take the time to assess your property, identify the problems and call us for
assistance. Thank you in advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

Greg Minor
Assistant to the City Administrator
cc:

Sgt. R. Muniz, OAS/OPD (via email)


H. Gardner, Interim City Administrator (via interoffice mail)
Chron

CITY of OAKLAND
CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612

City Administrators Office

TTY/TDD (510) 238-2007


FAX (510) 238-7084
Voicemail ((510) 238-6370

Nuisance Abatement Division


Greg Minor, Assistant to the City Administrator

October 2, 2014

Edmond J. & Leslie B. Wagstaff TRS

RE: Nuisance Activity at 4400 Market St., Oakland, CA


Dear Property Owner(s),
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity, namely excessive noise in
the form of playing loud music, has been reported as occurring at 4400 Market Street, Oakland,
CA . Public records indicate that you are the owners of record of this property.
In addition to violating Oaklands Noise Ordinance, Oakland Municipal Code 8.18, this activity
may constitute a public nuisance due to its impact to the use and quiet enjoyment of the
surrounding communitys property.
This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to abate.
Should our office move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against your property you
will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is abated, including a
$3,500.00 Nuisance case fee and civil penalties of $500.00 a day.
Each situation is different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up to you to
determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to abate the nuisance. We
advise you to take the time to assess your property, identify the problems and call us for
assistance. Thank you in advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

Greg Minor
Assistant to the City Administrator
cc:

R. Sykes, NSC, Beats 10X & Y, 16Y, 22Y & 25X


H. Gardner, Interim City Administrator (via interoffice mail)
Chron

CITY of OAKLAND
CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612

City Administrators Office

TTY/TDD (510) 238-2007


FAX (510) 238-7084
Voicemail ((510) 238-6370

Nuisance Abatement Division


Greg Minor, Assistant to the City Administrator

January 21, 2015

Lorenzo Gonzalez

RE: Nuisance Activity at 4443 Penniman Ave., Oakland, CA


Dear Property Owner(s),
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity, namely excessive noise, in
the form of loud parties, has been reported emanating from 4443 Penniman Ave., Oakland, CA .
Public records indicate that you are the owner of record of this property.
In addition to violating Oaklands Noise Ordinance, Oakland Municipal Code 8.18, this activity
may constitute a public nuisance due to its impact to the use and quiet enjoyment of the
surrounding communitys property.
This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to abate.
Should our office move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against your property you
will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is abated, including a
$3,500.00 Nuisance case fee and civil penalties of $500.00 a day.
Each situation is different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up to you to
determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to abate the nuisance. We
advise you to take the time to assess your property, identify the problems and call us for
assistance. Thank you in advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

Greg Minor
Assistant to the City Administrator
cc:

Interim City Administrator (via interoffice mail)


Chron

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City Hall 1 Frank Ogawa Plaza 11 Floor Oakland, California 94612


TTY/TDD
Main FAX
Voicemail

City Administrators Office


Nuisance Abatement Division
Arturo Sanchez, Assistant to City Administrator

(510) 238-2007
(510) 238-7084
(510) 238-7542

August 1, 2011

Carlos and Patricia Perez

RE: Nuisance Activity at 4455 Penniman Avenue, Oakland, CA


Dear Owner(s):
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity has been reported as
occurring on your property. The Nuisance Abatement Division of the City of Oakland is
designed to work with property owners to prevent and control nuisance activity on properties.
Our records indicate that you are the owner of record for 4455 Penniman Avenue, Oakland.
This letter is designed to inform you that as a property owner you are responsible for the
nuisance activity that may be occurring on your property. It is also intended to facilitate early
nuisance abatement efforts. In each instance where this letter is being sent, the Nuisance
Abatement Division has received complaints either from police, city workers and/or citizens
alleging specific activity in violation of the Citys Public Nuisance Ordinance (PNO), Ordinance
# 12550 C.M.S and/or the Nuisance Eviction Ordinance, Ordinance # 12592 C.M.S.
Our office has been informed that your property is the site of Noise Nuisances, OMC 8.18.010
Excessive and annoying noises prohibited; and 8.18.020 Persistent noises, a nuisance. This
activity may constitute a violation of the PNO due to its impact to the use and quiet enjoyment of
the surrounding communitys property. A public nuisance shall also exist whenever a condition
so identified is corrected but recurs, and continues as a recurrent problem.
This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to abate.
Should the NAD move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against your property you
will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is abated. These fees and
penalties include, but are not limited to: a $3500.00 Nuisance case fee and civil penalties of
$500.00 a day.

4455 Penniman Avenue


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Each situation will be different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up to you
to determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to abate the nuisance.
Proprietors of rental units and commercial properties play an important role in maintaining the
integrity of their neighborhoods. We advise you to take the time to assess your property, identify
the problems and call us for assistance. Thank you in advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

Arturo M. Sanchez
Assistant to the City Administrator

cc:

(via email)
Araina Richards, NSC
Shereda Nosakhare, District 4
City Administrators Office

CITY of OAKLAND
City Administrators Office
CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612


TTY/TDD
Main FAX
Voicemail

Nuisance Abatement Division


Niccolo De Luca, Deputy City Administrator
Arturo Sanchez, Case Manager

(510) 238-2007
(510) 238-7084
(510) 238-7542

October 3, 2007

Fatima Abdul

RE:

Nuisance Activity at 4461 Mattis Ct.

Dear Owner:
The Nuisance Enforcement Unit of the City of Oakland is designed to work with property
owners to prevent and control nuisance activity on properties. Our intent is to notify property
owners of nuisance activity as early as possible. Our records indicate that you are the owner of
record for 4461 Mattis Ct., Oakland, CA.
This letter is designed to provide an early warning to you, as a property owner that nuisance
activity maybe occurring on your property. It is also intended to facilitate early nuisance
abatement efforts. In each instance where this letter is being sent, the Nuisance Enforcement
Unit has received complaints from police, city workers and/or citizens alleging specific activity
in Violation of the Citys Public Nuisance Ordinance (PNO), Ordinance # 12550 C.M.S and or
the Nuisance Eviction Ordinance, Ordinance # 12592 C.M.S.
Our office has been informed that your property is the site of loitering, drug use, Noise
Nuisances: OMC 8.18.010 Excessive and annoying noises prohibited; and 8.18.020 Persistent
noises a nuisance. There are reports that several individuals regularly enter your vacant and
boarded building play loud music, and loiter on, in, the or in close proximity to your property.
This activity constitutes a violation of the PNO due to its impact to the use and quiet enjoyment
of the surrounding communitys property.
Further, the activity enumerated above may subject you to Oakland Municipal Code Chapter
8.23, the Nuisance Eviction Ordinance, which is intended to expedite the removal of drug
dealers, individuals committing narcotic-related, gang-related, violent crimes, or threats of
violent crimes from residential and commercial property. The Oakland City Administrators
Nuisance Enforcement Unit (NEU) is assigned to pursue these matters. The Eviction ordinance
states in relevant part:
A landlord shall not cause or permit:
1)

The premises to be used or maintained for any illegal drug activity drug-related
nuisance, violent crime, threat of violent crime or gang-related crime;

4461 Mattis Ct
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2)

A tenant to use or occupy the premises if the tenant commits, permits, maintains,
or is involved in any illegal drug activity, violent crime or threat of violent crime,
gang-related crime, or drug-related nuisance on the premises or for drug related
nuisances within a close proximity to the boundary line of the property.

Notwithstanding any provision of the Oakland Municipal Code to the contrary a landlord may
bring an action to recover possession of a rental unit upon one of the following grounds:
1)

the tenant, tenants agent, or tenants guest is committing or permitting to exist


any illegal drug activity, violent crime or threat of violent crime, gang-related
crime, or drug-related nuisance on the premises or for drug related nuisances
within a close proximity to the boundary line of the property, or

(2)

the tenant has been convicted of a crime and the underlying offense involves
illegal drug activity, violent crime or threat of violent crime, drug-related
nuisance activity or a gang-related crime on the premises.

This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to abate.
Should the NEU move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against your property you
will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is abated. These fees and
penalties include, but are not limited to: a $3500.00 Nuisance case fee and civil penalties of
$1000.00 a day.
Each situation will be different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up to you
to determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to abate the nuisance.
A public nuisance under the PNO exists whenever a condition on a property is maintained in
violation of the Oakland Municipal Code, in violation of California Civil Code Sections 3479
and 3480, or common law or in equity jurisprudence. A public nuisance shall also exist
whenever a condition so identified is corrected but recurs, and continues as a recurrent problem.
Proprietors of rental units and commercial properties play an important role in maintaining the
integrity of their neighborhoods. We advise you to take the time to assess your property, identify
the problems and call us for assistance.
Thank you for your attention.
Sincerely,

ARTURO M. SANCHEZ
Assistant to the City Administrator
cc:

N. De Luca, CAO
R. Sykes, NSC
J. Crawford, District 4
Owner:

CITY of OAKLAND
CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612

City Administrators Office

TTY/TDD (510) 238-2007


FAX (510) 238-7084
Voicemail ((510) 238-6370

Nuisance Abatement Division


Greg Minor, Assistant to the City Administrator

October 16, 2014


Grady Nobles & Henry Nobles

Grady Nobles

RE: Nuisance Activity at 4536 Thompson St., Oakland, CA


Dear Property Owner(s),
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity, namely excessive noise has been
reported as occurring at 4536 Thompson St., Oakland, CA. Public records indicate that you are the
owners of record of this property.

In addition to violating Oaklands Noise Ordinance, Oakland Municipal Code 8.18, this activity
may constitute a public nuisance due to its impact to the use and quiet enjoyment of the
surrounding communitys property.
This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to abate. Should our
office move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against your property you will be subject to a
variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is abated, including a $3,500.00 Nuisance case fee and
civil penalties of $500.00 a day.
Each situation is different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up to you to determine
the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to abate the nuisance. We advise you to take
the time to assess your property, identify the problems and call us for assistance. Thank you in advance
for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

Greg Minor
Assistant to the City Administrator
cc:

A. Richards, NSC/27X
H. Gardner, Interim City Administrator (via interoffice mail)
Chron

CITY of OAKLAND
CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

City Administrators Office

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612


TTY/TDD (510) 238-2007
FAX (510) 238-7084
Voicemail ((510) 238-6370

Nuisance Abatement Division


Greg Minor, Assistant to the City Administrator

February 19, 2015

Josette Johnson & Bryan Farley

RE: Nuisance Activity at 4624 Virginia Ave., Oakland, CA


Dear Property Owner(s),
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity, namely excessive dog
barking, has been reported as occurring at 4624 Virginia Ave., Oakland, CA. Public records
indicate that you are the owner of record of this property.
In addition to violating Oaklands Noise Ordinance, Oakland Municipal Code 8.18, this activity
may constitute a public nuisance due to its impact to the use and quiet enjoyment of the
surrounding communitys property.
This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to abate.
Should our office move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against your property you
will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is abated, including a
$3,500.00 Nuisance case fee and civil penalties of $500.00 a day.
Each situation is different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up to you to
determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to abate the nuisance. We
advise you to take the time to assess your property, identify the problems and call us for
assistance. Thank you in advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

Greg Minor
Assistant to the City Administrator
cc:

Sgt. R. Muniz, OAS/OPD (via email)


J. Flores, Interim City Administrator (via interoffice mail)
Chron

CITY of OAKLAND
CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

City Administrators Office

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612


TTY/TDD (510) 238-2007
FAX (510) 238-7084
Voicemail ((510) 238-6370

Nuisance Abatement Division


Greg Minor, Assistant to the City Administrator

July 9, 2015

Oak Vel Enterprise

RE: Nuisance Activity at 4635 E. 12th St., Oakland, CA


Dear Property Owner(s),
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity, namely excessive noise
due to trucks and/or generators running throughout the night, has been reported emanating from
your property at 4635 E. 12th St., Oakland, CA . Public records indicate that you are the owner
of record of this property.
In addition to violating Oaklands Noise Ordinance, Oakland Municipal Code 8.18, this activity
may constitute a public nuisance due to its impact to the use and quiet enjoyment of the
surrounding communitys property.
This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to abate.
Should our office move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against your property you
will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is abated, including a
$3,529.00 Nuisance case fee and civil penalties of $500.00 a day.
Each situation is different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up to you to
determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to abate the nuisance. We
advise you to take the time to assess your property, identify the problems and call us for
assistance. Thank you in advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

Greg Minor
Assistant to the City Administrator
cc:

S. Landreth, City Administrator (via interoffice mail)

CITY of OAKLAND
CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612

City Administrators Office

TTY/TDD (510) 238-2007


FAX (510) 238-7084
Voicemail ((510) 238-6370

Nuisance Abatement Division


Greg Minor, Assistant to the City Administrator

July 9, 2015

Dennis L. Kwan

RE: Nuisance Activity at 4707 Park Blvd., Oakland, CA


Dear Property Owner(s),
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity, namely excessive noise, in
the form of loud parrot, has been reported emanating from your property at 4707 Park Blvd.2,
Oakland, CA . Public records indicate that you are the owner of record of this property.
In addition to violating Oaklands Noise Ordinance, Oakland Municipal Code 8.18, this activity
may constitute a public nuisance due to its impact to the use and quiet enjoyment of the
surrounding communitys property.
This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to abate.
Should our office move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against your property you
will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is abated, including a
$3,529.00 Nuisance case fee and civil penalties of $500.00 a day.
Each situation is different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up to you to
determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to abate the nuisance. We
advise you to take the time to assess your property, identify the problems and call us for
assistance. Thank you in advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

Greg Minor
Assistant to the City Administrator
cc:

S. Landreth, City Administrator (via interoffice mail)

CITY of OAKLAND
CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612


TTY/TDD (510) 238-2007
FAX (510) 238-7084
Voicemail ((510) 238-7542

City Administrators Office


Nuisance Abatement Division
Arturo M. Sanchez, Deputy City Administrator

October 1, 2013

Jonathan C. Moon

RE: Nuisance Activity at 4822 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland


dba The Avenue
Dear Property Owner(s):
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity has been reported
as occurring on your property. The Nuisance Abatement Division of the City of
Oakland is designed to work with property owners to prevent and control nuisance
activity on properties. Our records indicate that you are the owner of record for 4822
Telegraph Avenue, Oakland, CA.
This letter is designed to inform you that as a property owner you are responsible for the
nuisance activity that may be occurring on your property. It is also intended to facilitate
early nuisance abatement efforts. In each instance where this letter is being sent, the
Nuisance Abatement Division has received complaints either from police, city workers
and/or citizens alleging specific activity in violation of the Citys Public Nuisance
Ordinance (PNO), Ordinance # 12550 C.M.S and/or the Nuisance Eviction Ordinance,
Ordinance # 12592 C.M.S.
Our office has been informed that your current tenant at 4822 Telegraph Avenue dba
The Avenue have repeatedly violated the provisions of the Conditions of Approval with
bar activity spreading out into the backyard area late night with drinking, loud talking,
music and smoking of various items. These activities have increased in frequency with
larger crowds congregating on a daily basis in the restricted area in violation of the
Conditions of Approval.

4822 Telegraph Avenue


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This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to
abate. Should the NAD move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against
your property you will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is
abated. These fees and penalties include, but are not limited to: a $3500.00 Nuisance
case fee and civil penalties of $500.00 a day.
Each situation will be different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up
to you to determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to
abate the nuisance.
Proprietors of rental units and commercial properties play an important role in
maintaining the integrity of their neighborhoods. We advise you to take the time to
assess your property, identify the problems and call us for assistance. Thank you in
advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

cc:

A. Rose, Planning & Zoning (via email)


C. Candell, Planning & Zoning (via email)
D. Santana, City Administrator (via interoffice mail)
Chron

(via regular mail)


Business Owner, The Avenue, 4822 Telegraph Ave., Oakland, CA 94609

CITY of OAKLAND
CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

City Administrators Office

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612


TTY/TDD (510) 238-2007
FAX (510) 238-7084
Voicemail ((510) 238-6370

Nuisance Abatement Division


Greg Minor, Assistant to the City Administrator

November 13, 2014

Jonathan C. Moon

RE: Nuisance Activity at 4822 Telegraph Ave., Oakland, CA


dba The Avenue Bar
Dear Property Owner(s),
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity, namely excessive noise,
littering, urinating and vomiting from patrons, has been reported as occurring at 4822 Telegraph
Ave. dba The Avenue Bar. Public records indicate that you are the owner of record of this
property.
In addition to violating Oaklands Noise Ordinance, Oakland Municipal Code 8.18, this activity
may constitute a public nuisance due to its impact to the use and quiet enjoyment of the
surrounding communitys property.
This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to abate.
Should our office move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against your property you
will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is abated, including a
$3,500.00 Nuisance case fee and civil penalties of $500.00 a day.
Each situation is different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up to you to
determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to abate the nuisance. We
advise you to take the time to assess your property, identify the problems and call us for
assistance. Thank you in advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

Greg Minor
Assistant to the City Administrator
cc:

H. Gardner, Interim, City Administrator (via interoffice mail)


Business Owner, The Avenue Bar, 4822 Telegraph Ave., Oakland, CA 94609

Chron

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City Hall 1 Frank Ogawa Plaza 11 Floor Oakland, California 94612


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Voicemail

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Arturo Sanchez, Deputy City Administrator

(510) 238-2007
(510) 238-7084
(510) 238-7542

February 8, 2013

Alan S. & Jane U. Lee

RE: Nuisance Activity at 5040 International Blvd., Oakland


Dear Owner(s):
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity has been reported
as occurring on your property. The Nuisance Abatement Division of the City of
Oakland is designed to work with property owners to prevent and control nuisance
activity on properties. Our records indicate that you are the owner of record for 5040
International Blvd., Oakland, CA.
This letter is designed to inform you that as a property owner you are responsible for the
nuisance activity that may be occurring on your property. It is also intended to facilitate
early nuisance abatement efforts. In each instance where this letter is being sent, the
Nuisance Abatement Division has received complaints either from police, city workers
and/or citizens alleging specific activity in violation of the Citys Public Nuisance
Ordinance (PNO), Ordinance # 12550 C.M.S and/or the Nuisance Eviction Ordinance,
Ordinance # 12592 C.M.S.
Our office has been informed that your property is the site of general nuisance, fighting
and disturbing the peace of neighbors These activities constitute a violation of the PNO
due to its impact to the use and quiet enjoyment of the surrounding communitys
property. In addition, such activity can quickly escalate into a potentially dangerous
situation.

This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to
abate. Should the NAD move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against
your property you will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is

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abated. These fees and penalties include, but are not limited to: a $3500.00 Nuisance
case fee and civil penalties of $500.00 a day.
Each situation will be different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up
to you to determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to
abate the nuisance.
Proprietors of rental units and commercial properties play an important role in
maintaining the integrity of their neighborhoods. We advise you to take the time to
assess your property, identify the problems and call us for assistance. Thank you in
advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

cc:

via email
Deputy Chief E. Breshears, OPD/Area 2
E. Guillen, NSC/OPD
D. Santana, CAO (via interoffice mail)

CITY of OAKLAND
CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612

City Administrators Office

TTY/TDD (510) 238-2007


FAX (510) 238-7084
Voicemail ((510) 238-6370

Nuisance Abatement Division


Greg Minor, Assistant to the City Administrator

September 14, 2015

Qiao B. Tan

RE: Nuisance Activity at 5129 Ygnacio Ave., Oakland, CA


Dear Property Owner(s),
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity, namely excessive
late night noise has been reported as occurring at 5129 Ygnacio Ave., Oakland, CA. Public
records indicate that you are the owners of record of this property.
In addition to violating Oaklands Noise Ordinance, Oakland Municipal Code 8.18, this
activity may constitute a public nuisance due to its impact to the use and quiet enjoyment of the
surrounding communitys property.
This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to
abate. Should our office move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against your
property you will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is abated,
including a $3,529.00 Nuisance case fee and civil penalties of $500.00 a day.
Each situation is different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up to
you to determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to abate the
nuisance. We advise you to take the time to assess your property, identify the problems and call
us for assistance. Thank you in advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

Greg Minor
Assistant to the City Administrator
cc:

S. Landreth, City Administrator (via interoffice mail)


P. Bears, NLC City Attorneys Office
Chron

CITY of OAKLAND
CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612

City Administrators Office

TTY/TDD (510) 238-2007


FAX (510) 238-7084
Voicemail ((510) 238-6370

Nuisance Abatement Division


Greg Minor, Assistant to the City Administrator

September 14, 2015

David & Mona Kwong Trs.

RE: Nuisance Activity at 5131 Ygnacio Ave., Oakland, CA


Dear Property Owner(s),
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity, namely excessive
late night noise has been reported as occurring at 5131 Ygnacio Ave., Oakland, CA. Public
records indicate that you are the owners of record of this property.
In addition to violating Oaklands Noise Ordinance, Oakland Municipal Code 8.18, this
activity may constitute a public nuisance due to its impact to the use and quiet enjoyment of the
surrounding communitys property.
This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to
abate. Should our office move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against your
property you will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is abated,
including a $3,529.00 Nuisance case fee and civil penalties of $500.00 a day.
Each situation is different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up to
you to determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to abate the
nuisance. We advise you to take the time to assess your property, identify the problems and call
us for assistance. Thank you in advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

Greg Minor
Assistant to the City Administrator
cc:

S. Landreth, City Administrator (via interoffice mail)


P. Bears, NLC City Attorneys Office
Chron

CITY of OAKLAND
CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612

City Administrators Office

TTY/TDD (510) 238-2007


FAX (510) 238-7084
Voicemail ((510) 238-6370

Nuisance Abatement Division


Greg Minor, Assistant to the City Administrator

October 9, 2015

David and Mona Kwong TRS

RE: Nuisance Activity at 5133 Ygnacio Ave., Oakland, CA


Dear Property Owner(s),
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity, namely excessive
late night noise has been reported as occurring at 5133 Ygnacio Ave., Oakland, CA. Public
records indicate that you are the owners of record of this property.
In addition to violating Oaklands Noise Ordinance, Oakland Municipal Code 8.18, this
activity may constitute a public nuisance due to its impact to the use and quiet enjoyment of the
surrounding communitys property.
This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to
abate. Should our office move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against your
property you will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is abated,
including a $3,529.00 Nuisance case fee and civil penalties of $500.00 a day.
Each situation is different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up to
you to determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to abate the
nuisance. We advise you to take the time to assess your property, identify the problems and call
us for assistance. Thank you in advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

Greg Minor
Assistant to the City Administrator
cc:

S. Landreth, City Administrator (via interoffice mail)


P. Bears, NLC City Attorneys Office
Chron

CITY of OAKLAND
City Administrators Office
CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612


TTY/TDD
Main FAX
Voicemail

Nuisance Abatement Division


Arturo Sanchez, Assistant to City Administrator

(510) 238-2007
(510) 238-7084
(510) 238-7542

May 26, 2009

Oakland Tabernacle

RE: Nuisance Activity at 5201 Hillen Drive, Oakland


Dear Owner(s):
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity has been reported
as occurring on your property. The Nuisance Abatement Division of the City of
Oakland is designed to work with property owners to prevent and control nuisance
activity on properties. Our records indicate that you are the owner of record for 5201
Hillen Drive, Oakland, CA.
This letter is designed to inform you that as a property owner you are responsible for the
nuisance activity that may be occurring on your property. It is also intended to facilitate
early nuisance abatement efforts. In each instance where this letter is being sent, the
Nuisance Abatement Division has received complaints either from police, city workers
and/or citizens alleging specific activity in violation of the Citys Public Nuisance
Ordinance (PNO), Ordinance # 12550 C.M.S and/or the Nuisance Eviction Ordinance,
Ordinance # 12592 C.M.S.
Our office has been informed that your property is the site of Noise Nuisances, OMC
8.18.010 Excessive and annoying noises prohibited; and 8.18.020 Persistent noises, a
nuisance. This activity may constitute a violation of the PNO due to its impact to the
use and quiet enjoyment of the surrounding communitys property. A public nuisance
under the PNO exists whenever a condition on a property is maintained in violation of
the Oakland Municipal Code, in violation of California Civil Code Sections 3479 and
3480, or common law or in equity jurisprudence. A public nuisance shall also exist
whenever a condition so identified is corrected but recurs, and continues as a recurrent
problem.
This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to
abate. Should the NAD move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against
your property you will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is

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abated. These fees and penalties include, but are not limited to: a $3500.00 Nuisance
case fee and civil penalties of $500.00 a day.
Each situation will be different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up
to you to determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to
abate the nuisance.
Proprietors of rental units and commercial properties play an important role in
maintaining the integrity of their neighborhoods. We advise you to take the time to
assess your property, identify the problems and call us for assistance. Thank you in
advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

Arturo M. Sanchez
Assistant to the City Administrator

CITY of OAKLAND
City Administrators Office
CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612


TTY/TDD
Main FAX
Main
Voicemail

Nuisance Abatement Division


Niccolo De Luca, Deputy City Administrator
Arturo Sanchez, Case Manager

(510) 238-2007
(510) 238-7084
(510) 238-3301
(510) 238-7542

July 20, 2006

Steve K. and Naomi Means

RE:

Nuisance Activity at 5201 West Street

Dear Owner(s):
The Nuisance Abatement Division of the City of Oakland is designed to work with
property owners to prevent and control nuisance activity on properties. Our intent is to
notify property owners of nuisance activity as early as possible. Our records indicated
that you are the owners of record for 5201 West Street, Oakland, CA.
This letter is designed to provide an early warning to you, as a property owner that
nuisance activity maybe occurring on your property. It is also intended to facilitate early
nuisance abatement efforts. In each instance where this letter is being sent, the
Nuisance Abatement Division has received complaints from police, city workers and/or
citizens alleging specific activity in Violation of the Citys Public Nuisance Ordinance
(PNO), Ordinance # 12550 C.M.S and or the Nuisance Eviction Ordinance, Ordinance #
12592 C.M.S.
Our office has been informed that your property is the site of loitering, Noise
Nuisances, OMC 8.18.010 Excessive and annoying noises prohibited; and
8.18.020 Persistent noises a nuisance. There are reports that at least 11
individuals regularly yell, play loud music, and loiter on, in, and in close proximity
to your property. This activity constitutes a violation of the PNO due to its impact to
the use and quiet enjoyment of the surrounding communitys property. In addition, such
activity can quickly escalate into a potentially dangerous situation as the individuals also
loiter in the middle of the street. Additionally, this activity may constitute an unlawful
public assembly if conducted regularly without appropriate approvals from the city.

5201 West St
Page 2 of 3

Further, the activity enumerated above may subject you to Oakland Municipal Code
Chapter 8.23, the Nuisance Eviction Ordinance, which is intended to expedite the
removal of drug dealers, individuals committing narcotic-related, gang-related, violent
crimes, or threats of violent crimes from residential and commercial property. The
Oakland City Administrators Nuisance Abatement Division is assigned to pursue these
matters. The Eviction ordinance states in relevant part:
A landlord shall not cause or permit:
1)
The premises to be used or maintained for any illegal drug activity drugrelated nuisance, violent crime, threat of violent crime or gang-related crime;
2)
A tenant to use or occupy the premises if the tenant commits, permits,
maintains, or is involved in any illegal drug activity, violent crime or threat of
violent crime, gang-related crime, or drug-related nuisance on the premises or for
drug related nuisances within a close proximity to the boundary line of the
property.
Notwithstanding any provision of the Oakland Municipal Code to the contrary, a landlord
may bring an action to recover possession of a rental unit upon one of the following
grounds:
1)
the tenant, tenants agent, or tenants guest is committing or permitting to
exist any illegal drug activity, violent crime or threat of violent crime, gang-related
crime, or drug-related nuisance on the premises or for drug related nuisances
within a close proximity to the boundary line of the property, or
(2)
the tenant has been convicted of a crime and the underlying offense
involves illegal drug activity, violent crime or threat of violent crime, drug-related
nuisance activity or a gang-related crime on the premises.
This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to
abate. Should our office move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against
your property, you will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is
abated. These fees and penalties include, but are not limited to a $3000.00 Nuisance
case fee and civil penalties of $1000.00 a day.
Each situation will be different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up
to you to determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to
abate the nuisance. A public nuisance under the PNO exists whenever a condition on a
property is maintained in violation of the Oakland Municipal Code, in violation of
California Civil Code Sections 3479 and 3480, or common law or in equity
jurisprudence. A public nuisance shall also exist whenever a condition so identified is
corrected but recurs, and continues as a recurrent problem.

5201 West St
Page 3 of 3

Proprietors of rental units and commercial properties play an important role in


maintaining the integrity of their neighborhoods. We advise you to take the time to
assess your property, identify the problems and call us for assistance.
Thank you for your attention.

Sincerely,

ARTURO M. SANCHEZ
Assistant to the City Administrator

cc:

Z. Wald
Chron File

CITY of OAKLAND
CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

City Administrators Office

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612


TTY/TDD (510) 238-2007
FAX (510) 238-7084
Voicemail ((510) 238-6370

Nuisance Abatement Division


Greg Minor, Assistant to the City Administrator

February 21, 2014

Jose L. & Carmen Hernandez

RE: Nuisance Activity at 5300 Holland St., Oakland, CA


Dear Property Owners,
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity, namely excessive noise in
the form of constant dog barking, has been reported as occurring at 5300 Holland Street. Public
records indicate that you are the owners of record of this property.
In addition to violating Oaklands Noise Ordinance, Oakland Municipal Code 8.18, this activity
may constitute a public nuisance due to its impact to the use and quiet enjoyment of the
surrounding communitys property.
This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to abate.
Should our office move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against your property you
will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is abated, including a
$3,500.00 Nuisance case fee and civil penalties of $500.00 a day.
Each situation is different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up to you to
determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to abate the nuisance. We
advise you to take the time to assess your property, identify the problems and call us for
assistance. Thank you in advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

Greg Minor
Assistant to the City Administrator
cc:

N. Frede, Animal Services (via email)


G. Hendel, OAS Director (via email)
D. Santana, City Administrator (via interoffice mail)

Chron

th

City Hall 1 Frank Ogawa Plaza 11 Floor Oakland, California 94612


TTY/TDD
Main FAX
Voicemail

City Administrators Office


Nuisance Abatement Division
Arturo Sanchez, Assistant to City Administrator

(510) 238-2007
(510) 238-7084
(510) 238-7542

January 6, 2011

Biniam Mogos

RE:

Nuisance Activity at 5321 Macarthur Blvd., Oakland

Dear Property Owner(s):


This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity has been reported
as occurring on your property. The Nuisance Abatement Division of the City of
Oakland is designed to work with property owners to prevent and control nuisance
activity on properties. Our records indicate that you are the owner of record for 5321
Macarthur Boulevard, Oakland, CA.
This letter is designed to inform you that as a property owner you are responsible for the
nuisance activity that may be occurring on your property. It is also intended to facilitate
early nuisance abatement efforts. In each instance where this letter is being sent, the
Nuisance Abatement Division has received complaints either from police, city workers
and/or citizens alleging specific activity in violation of the Citys Public Nuisance
Ordinance (PNO), Ordinance # 12550 C.M.S and/or the Nuisance Eviction Ordinance,
Ordinance # 12592 C.M.S.
Our office has been informed that your property is the site of Noise Nuisances, OMC
8.18.010 Excessive and annoying noises prohibited; and 8.18.020 Persistent noises a
nuisance. There are reports that your dogs constantly bark, a violation of the City noise
ordinances. This activity may constitute a violation of the PNO due to its impact to the
use and quiet enjoyment of the surrounding communitys property.
This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to
abate. Should the NAD move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against
your property you will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is
abated. These fees and penalties include, but are not limited to, a $3500.00 Nuisance
case fee and civil penalties of $500.00 a day.

5321 Macarthur Blvd.


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Each situation will be different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up
to you to determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to
abate the nuisance. A public nuisance under the PNO exists whenever a condition on a
property is maintained in violation of the Oakland Municipal Code, in violation of
California Civil Code Sections 3479 and 3480, or common law or in equity
jurisprudence. A public nuisance shall also exist whenever a condition so identified is
corrected but recurs, and continues as a recurrent problem.
Thank you for your attention to this matter.

Sincerely,

ARTURO M. SANCHEZ
Assistant to the City Administrator
cc:

N. Frede, Animal Svcs/OPD (via email)


Chron

CITY of OAKLAND
CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612

City Administrators Office

TTY/TDD (510) 238-2007


FAX (510) 238-7084
Voicemail ((510) 238-6370

Nuisance Abatement Division


Greg Minor, Assistant to the City Administrator

February 19, 2015

Lantz Properties LLC


c/o Edgar Lantz

RE: Nuisance Activity at 5339 Broadway St., Apt 305, Oakland, CA


Dear Property Owners,
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity, namely excessive noise
has been reported as occurring at your property at 5339 Broadway St., Apt #305. Public records
indicate that you are the owner of record of this property.
In addition to violating Oaklands Noise Ordinance, Oakland Municipal Code 8.18, this activity
may constitute a public nuisance due to its impact to the use and quiet enjoyment of the
surrounding communitys property.
This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to abate.
Should our office move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against your property you
will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is abated, including a
$3,500.00 Nuisance case fee and civil penalties of $500.00 a day.
Each situation is different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up to you to
determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to abate the nuisance. We
advise you to take the time to assess your property, identify the problems and call us for
assistance. Thank you in advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

Greg Minor
Assistant to the City Administrator
cc:

J. Flores, Interim City Administrator (via interoffice mail)


Chron

CITY of OAKLAND
CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612

City Administrators Office

TTY/TDD (510) 238-2007


FAX (510) 238-7084
Voicemail ((510) 238-6370

Nuisance Abatement Division


Greg Minor, Assistant to the City Administrator

August 13, 2015

De Cai Li and Jun Lin

RE: Nuisance Activity at 5385 Bancroft Ave., Oakland, CA


Dear Property Owner(s),
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity, namely excessive
noise in the form of playing of musical instruments, has been reported as occurring at 5385
Bancroft Avenue. .
In addition to violating Oaklands Noise Ordinance, Oakland Municipal Code 8.18, this
activity may constitute a public nuisance due to its impact to the use and quiet enjoyment of the
surrounding communitys property.
This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to
abate. Should our office move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against your
property you will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is abated,
including a $3,529 Nuisance case fee and civil penalties of $500.00 a day.
Each situation is different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up to
you to determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to abate the
nuisance. We advise you to take the time to assess your property, identify the problems and call
us for assistance. Thank you in advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

Greg Minor
Assistant to the City Administrator
cc:

P. Bears, NLC (via email)


S. Landreth, City Administrator (via interoffice mail)
Chron

CITY of OAKLAND
CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612

City Administrators Office

TTY/TDD (510) 238-2007


FAX (510) 238-7084
Voicemail ((510) 238-6370

Nuisance Abatement Division


Greg Minor, Assistant to the City Administrator

February 10, 2015

Ting Kong TR & Li M. Chou

RE: Nuisance Activity at 5385 Bancroft Ave., Oakland, CA


Dear Property Owner(s),
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity, namely excessive noise in
the form of playing of musical instruments, has been reported as occurring at 5385 Bancroft
Avenue. Public records indicate that you are the owner of record of this property.
In addition to violating Oaklands Noise Ordinance, Oakland Municipal Code 8.18, this activity
may constitute a public nuisance due to its impact to the use and quiet enjoyment of the
surrounding communitys property.
This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to abate.
Should our office move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against your property you
will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is abated, including a
$3,500.00 Nuisance case fee and civil penalties of $500.00 a day.
Each situation is different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up to you to
determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to abate the nuisance. We
advise you to take the time to assess your property, identify the problems and call us for
assistance. Thank you in advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

Greg Minor
Assistant to the City Administrator
cc:

P. Bears, NLC (via email)


J. Flores, Interim City Administrator (via interoffice mail)
Chron

CITY of OAKLAND
CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

City Administrators Office

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612


TTY/TDD (510) 238-2007
FAX (510) 238-7084
Voicemail ((510) 238-6370

Nuisance Abatement Division


Greg Minor, Assistant to the City Administrator

March 31, 2015

Kam S. Wong

RE: Nuisance Activity at 5389 Wentworth Ave., Oakland, CA


Dear Property Owner(s),
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity, namely excessive noise in
the form of motorcyles and dirtbikes riding throughout the street during weekends, has been
reported as occurring at 5389 Wentworth Avenue. Public records indicate that you are the
owner of record of this property.
In addition to violating Oaklands Noise Ordinance, Oakland Municipal Code 8.18, this activity
may constitute a public nuisance due to its impact to the use and quiet enjoyment of the
surrounding communitys property.
This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to abate.
Should our office move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against your property you
will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is abated, including a
$3,500.00 Nuisance case fee and civil penalties of $500.00 a day.
Each situation is different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up to you to
determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to abate the nuisance. We
advise you to take the time to assess your property, identify the problems and call us for
assistance. Thank you in advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

Greg Minor
Assistant to the City Administrator
cc:

P. Bears, NLC (via email)


J. Flores,, Interim City Administrator (via interoffice mail)
Residents, 5389 Wentworth Ave., Oakland, CA 94601 (via regular mail)

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City Hall 1 Frank Ogawa Plaza 11 Floor Oakland, California 94612


TTY/TDD
Main FAX
Voicemail

City Administrators Office


Nuisance Abatement Division
Arturo Sanchez, Assistant to City Administrator

(510) 238-2007
(510) 238-7084
(510) 238-7542

September 29, 2010

Claremont Terrace LLC

RE: Nuisance Activity at 5400 Broadway Terrace, Oakland


dba Claremont Country Club
Dear Property Owner(s):
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity has been reported
as occurring on your property. The Nuisance Abatement Division of the City of
Oakland is designed to work with property owners to prevent and control nuisance
activity on properties. Our records indicate that you are the owner of record for 5400
Broadway Terrace, Oakland dba Claremont Country Club.
This letter is designed to inform you that as a property owner you are responsible for the
nuisance activity that may be occurring on your property. It is also intended to facilitate
early nuisance abatement efforts. In each instance where this letter is being sent, the
Nuisance Abatement Division has received complaints either from police, city workers
and/or citizens alleging specific activity in violation of the Citys Public Nuisance
Ordinance (PNO), Ordinance # 12550 C.M.S and/or the Nuisance Eviction Ordinance,
Ordinance # 12592 C.M.S.
Our office has been informed that your property is the site of Noise Nuisances, OMC
8.18.010 Excessive and annoying noises prohibited; and 8.18.020 Persistent noises, a
nuisance. This activity may constitute a violation of the PNO due to its impact to the
use and quiet enjoyment of the surrounding communitys property. There are reports
that loud, annoying and excessive noise particularly the operation of heavy machinery is
emanating from your property seven days a week.

5400 Broadway Terrace


Page 2 of 2

This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to
abate. Should the NAD move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against
your property you will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is
abated. These fees and penalties include, but are not limited to: a $3500.00 Nuisance
case fee and civil penalties of $500.00 a day.
Each situation will be different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up
to you to determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to
abate the nuisance.
Proprietors of rental units and commercial properties play an important role in
maintaining the integrity of their neighborhoods. We advise you to take the time to
assess your property, identify the problems and call us for assistance. Thank you in
advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

Arturo M. Sanchez
Assistant to City Administrator
cc:

Councilperson J. Brunner, District 1 (via email)


G. Johnson, Councilmember Aid, District 1 (via email)
D. Lindheim, City Administrator (via interoffice mail)

via regular mail


William D. Squires III, CCM, Gen. Manager
Claremont Country Club
5295 Broadway Terrace
Oakland, CA 94618

CITY of OAKLAND
CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612


TTY/TDD (510) 238-2007
FAX (510) 238-7084
Voicemail ((510) 238-7542

City Administrators Office


Nuisance Abatement Division
Arturo M. Sanchez, Deputy City Administrator

August 19, 2013

Acts Full Gospel Church

RE: Nuisance Activity at 5401 International Blvd., Oakland, CA


dba Tacos Amigos
Dear Property Owner(s):
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity has been reported
as occurring on your property. The Nuisance Abatement Division of the City of
Oakland is designed to work with property owners to prevent and control nuisance
activity on properties. Our records indicate that you are the owner(s) of record for
5401/5490 International Boulevard, Oakland, CA dba Tacos Amigos.
This letter is designed to inform you that as a property owner you are responsible for the
nuisance activity that may be occurring on your property. It is also intended to facilitate
early nuisance abatement efforts. In each instance where this letter is being sent, the
Nuisance Abatement Division has received complaints either from police, city workers
and/or citizens alleging specific activity in violation of the Citys Public Nuisance
Ordinance (PNO), Ordinance # 12550 C.M.S and/or the Nuisance Eviction Ordinance,
Ordinance # 12592 C.M.S.
Our office has been informed that your property is the site of Noise Nuisances, OMC
8.18.010 Excessive and annoying noises prohibited; and 8.18.020 Persistent noises, a
nuisance. There are reports that a taco truck is operating without a valid permit at your
property. Its hour of operation runs until 3:00 a.m. attracting rowdy revelers who revs
their engines and blast their auto radios at full volume. This activity may constitute a
violation of the PNO due to its impact to the use and quiet enjoyment of the surrounding
communitys property. A public nuisance shall also exist whenever a condition so
identified is corrected but recurs, and continues as a recurrent problem.

5401 International Blvd.


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This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to
abate. Should the NAD move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against
your property you will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is
abated. These fees and penalties include, but are not limited to, a $3500.00 Nuisance
case fee and civil penalties of $500.00 a day.
Each situation will be different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up
to you to determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to
abate the nuisance.
Proprietors of rental units and commercial properties play an important role in
maintaining the integrity of their neighborhoods. We advise you to take the time to
assess your property, identify the problems and call us for assistance. Thank you in
advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

cc:

D. Santana, City Administrator (via interoffice mail)


Chron

CITY of OAKLAND
CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

City Administrators Office

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612


TTY/TDD (510) 238-2007
FAX (510) 238-7084
Voicemail ((510) 238-6370

Nuisance Abatement Division


Greg Minor, Assistant to the City Administrator

April 16, 2015

Acts Full Gospel Church

RE: Nuisance Activity at 5401 International Blvd., Oakland, CA


Dear Property Owner(s),
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity, namely excessive noise
and shootings related to a food truck operating on your property, has been reported as occurring
at 5401 International Boulevard. Public records indicate that you are the owner of record of this
property.
In addition to violating Oaklands Noise Ordinance, Oakland Municipal Code 8.18, this activity
may constitute a public nuisance due to its impact to the use and quiet enjoyment of the
surrounding communitys property.
This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to abate.
Should our office move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against your property you
will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is abated, including a
$3,500.00 Nuisance case fee and civil penalties of $500.00 a day.
Each situation is different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up to you to
determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to abate the nuisance. We
advise you to take the time to assess your property, identify the problems and call us for
assistance. Thank you in advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

Greg Minor
Assistant to the City Administrator
cc:

J. Flores, Interim City Administrator (via interoffice mail)

CITY of OAKLAND
CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

City Administrators Office

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612


TTY/TDD (510) 238-2007
FAX (510) 238-7084
Voicemail ((510) 238-6370

Nuisance Abatement Division


Greg Minor, Assistant to the City Administrator

September 22, 2015

Shan Chou

RE: Nuisance Activity at 5406 Bancroft Ave., Oakland, CA


Dear Property Owner,
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity, namely excessive
noise has been reported as occurring at motorcycle club located at 5406 Bancroft Avenue.
In addition to violating Oaklands Noise Ordinance, Oakland Municipal Code 8.18, this
activity may constitute a public nuisance due to its impact to the use and quiet enjoyment of the
surrounding communitys property.
This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to
abate. Should our office move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against your
property you will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is abated,
including a $3,500.00 Nuisance case fee and civil penalties of $500.00 a day.
Each situation is different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up to
you to determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to abate the
nuisance. We advise you to take the time to assess your property, identify the problems and call
us for assistance. Thank you in advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

Greg Minor
Assistant to the City Administrator
cc:

S. Landreth, City Administrator (via interoffice mail)


Chron
Motorcycle Club, 5406 Bancroft Ave., Oakland, CA 94601 (via regular mail)

th

City Hall 1 Frank Ogawa Plaza 11 Floor Oakland, California 94612


TTY/TDD
Main FAX
Voicemail

City Administrators Office


Nuisance Abatement Division
Arturo Sanchez, Assistant to City Administrator

(510) 238-2007
(510) 238-7084
(510) 238-7542

June 9, 2010

Donald J. and Elaine U. Ludwig TR

RE: Nuisance Activity at 5422 College Avenue, Oakland


dba The Conga Lounge
Dear Property Owner(s):
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity has been reported
as occurring on your property. The Nuisance Abatement Division of the City of
Oakland is designed to work with property owners to prevent and control nuisance
activity on properties. Our records indicate that you are the owner of record for 5422
College Avenue, Oakland dba The Conga Lounge.
This letter is designed to inform you that as a property owner you are responsible for the
nuisance activity that may be occurring on your property. It is also intended to facilitate
early nuisance abatement efforts. In each instance where this letter is being sent, the
Nuisance Abatement Division has received complaints either from police, city workers
and/or citizens alleging specific activity in violation of the Citys Public Nuisance
Ordinance (PNO), Ordinance # 12550 C.M.S and/or the Nuisance Eviction Ordinance,
Ordinance # 12592 C.M.S.
Our office has been informed that your property is the site of Noise Nuisances, OMC
8.18.010 Excessive and annoying noises prohibited; and 8.18.020 Persistent noises, a
nuisance. This activity may constitute a violation of the PNO due to its impact to the
use and quiet enjoyment of the surrounding communitys property. A public nuisance
shall also exist whenever a condition so identified is corrected but recurs, and continues
as a recurrent problem.
This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to
abate. Should the NAD move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against
your property you will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is
abated. These fees and penalties include, but are not limited to: a $3500.00 Nuisance
case fee and civil penalties of $500.00 a day.

5422 College Avenue


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Each situation will be different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up
to you to determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to
abate the nuisance.
Proprietors of rental units and commercial properties play an important role in
maintaining the integrity of their neighborhoods. We advise you to take the time to
assess your property, identify the problems and call us for assistance. Thank you in
advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

Arturo M. Sanchez
Assistant to City Administrator
cc:

Sgt. L. Johnson, ABAT/OPD (via email)


Offcr. J. Blankinship, ABAT/OPD (via email)
Offcr. J. Sena, ABAT/OPD (via email)
D. Lindheim, City Administrator (via interoffice mail)

via regular mail


Owner/Manager, The Conga Lounge, 5422 College Ave., Oakland, CA 94618

CITY of OAKLAND
CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

City Administrators Office

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612


TTY/TDD (510) 238-2007
FAX (510) 238-7084
Voicemail ((510) 238-6370

Nuisance Abatement Division


Greg Minor, Assistant to the City Administrator

March 24, 2015

Jorge Acosta

RE: Nuisance Activity at 5423 Princeton St., Oakland, CA


Dear Property Owner(s),
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity, namely excessive noise in
the form of loud parties, has been reported as occurring at 5423 Princeton Street. Public records
indicate that you are the owner of record of this property.
In addition to violating Oaklands Noise Ordinance, Oakland Municipal Code 8.18, this activity
may constitute a public nuisance due to its impact to the use and quiet enjoyment of the
surrounding communitys property.
This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to abate.
Should our office move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against your property you
will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is abated, including a
$3,500.00 Nuisance case fee and civil penalties of $500.00 a day.
Each situation is different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up to you to
determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to abate the nuisance. We
advise you to take the time to assess your property, identify the problems and call us for
assistance. Thank you in advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

Greg Minor
Assistant to the City Administrator
cc:

P. Bears, NLC (via email)


J. Flores,, Interim City Administrator (via interoffice mail)

Chron

CITY of OAKLAND
City Administrators Office
CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612


TTY/TDD
Main FAX
Voicemail

Nuisance Abatement Division


Arturo Sanchez, Assistant to City Administrator

(510) 238-2007
(510) 238-7084
(510) 238-7542

November 10, 2009

Daniel G. and Charla M. Blackmon

RE: Nuisance Activity at 5428 Wentworth Avenue, Oakland


Dear Owner(s):
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity has been reported
as occurring on your property. The Nuisance Abatement Division of the City of
Oakland is designed to work with property owners to prevent and control nuisance
activity on properties. Our records indicate that you are the owner of record for 5428
Wentworth Avenue, Oakland, CA.
This letter is designed to inform you that as a property owner you are responsible for the
nuisance activity that may be occurring on your property. It is also intended to facilitate
early nuisance abatement efforts. In each instance where this letter is being sent, the
Nuisance Abatement Division has received complaints either from police, city workers
and/or citizens alleging specific activity in violation of the Citys Public Nuisance
Ordinance (PNO), Ordinance # 12550 C.M.S and/or the Nuisance Eviction Ordinance,
Ordinance # 12592 C.M.S.
Our office has been informed that your property is the site of Noise Nuisances, OMC
8.18.010 Excessive and annoying noises prohibited; and 8.18.020 Persistent noises, a
nuisance. This activity may constitute a violation of the PNO due to its impact to the
use and quiet enjoyment of the surrounding communitys property. A public nuisance
under the PNO exists whenever a condition on a property is maintained in violation of
the Oakland Municipal Code, in violation of California Civil Code Sections 3479 and
3480, or common law or in equity jurisprudence. A public nuisance shall also exist
whenever a condition so identified is corrected but recurs, and continues as a recurrent
problem.

5428 Wentworth Avenue


Page 2 of 2

This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to
abate. Should the NAD move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against
your property you will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is
abated. These fees and penalties include, but are not limited to: a $3500.00 Nuisance
case fee and civil penalties of $500.00 a day.
Each situation will be different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up
to you to determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to
abate the nuisance.
Proprietors of rental units and commercial properties play an important role in
maintaining the integrity of their neighborhoods. We advise you to take the time to
assess your property, identify the problems and call us for assistance. Thank you in
advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

Arturo M. Sanchez
Assistant to the City Administrator

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City Hall 1 Frank Ogawa Plaza 11 Floor Oakland, California 94612


TTY/TDD
Main FAX
Voicemail

City Administrators Office


Nuisance Abatement Division
Arturo Sanchez, Assistant to City Administrator

(510) 238-2007
(510) 238-7084
(510) 238-7542

June 9, 2010

Robert J. & Gail L. Olson TRS

RE: Nuisance Activity at 5445 College Avenue, Oakland


dba George & Walts Bar
Dear Property Owner(s):
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity has been reported
as occurring on your property. The Nuisance Abatement Division of the City of
Oakland is designed to work with property owners to prevent and control nuisance
activity on properties. Our records indicate that you are the owner of record for 5445
College Avenue, Oakland dba George & Walts Bar.
This letter is designed to inform you that as a property owner you are responsible for the
nuisance activity that may be occurring on your property. It is also intended to facilitate
early nuisance abatement efforts. In each instance where this letter is being sent, the
Nuisance Abatement Division has received complaints either from police, city workers
and/or citizens alleging specific activity in violation of the Citys Public Nuisance
Ordinance (PNO), Ordinance # 12550 C.M.S and/or the Nuisance Eviction Ordinance,
Ordinance # 12592 C.M.S.
Our office has been informed that your property is the site of Noise Nuisances, OMC
8.18.010 Excessive and annoying noises prohibited; and 8.18.020 Persistent noises, a
nuisance. This activity may constitute a violation of the PNO due to its impact to the
use and quiet enjoyment of the surrounding communitys property. A public nuisance
shall also exist whenever a condition so identified is corrected but recurs, and continues
as a recurrent problem.
This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to
abate. Should the NAD move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against
your property you will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is
abated. These fees and penalties include, but are not limited to: a $3500.00 Nuisance
case fee and civil penalties of $500.00 a day.

5445 College Avenue


Page 2 of 2

Each situation will be different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up
to you to determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to
abate the nuisance.
Proprietors of rental units and commercial properties play an important role in
maintaining the integrity of their neighborhoods. We advise you to take the time to
assess your property, identify the problems and call us for assistance. Thank you in
advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

Arturo M. Sanchez
Assistant to City Administrator
cc:

Sgt. L. Johnson, ABAT/OPD (via email)


Offcr. J. Blankinship, ABAT/OPD (via email)
Offcr. J. Sena, ABAT/OPD (via email)
D. Lindheim, City Administrator (via interoffice mail)

via regular mail


Owner/Manager, George & Walts Bar, 5445 College Ave., Oakland, CA 94618

CITY of OAKLAND
CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612


TTY/TDD (510) 238-2007
FAX (510) 238-7084
Voicemail ((510) 238-7542

City Administrators Office


Nuisance Abatement Division
Arturo M. Sanchez, Deputy City Administrator

October 10, 2013

Katrina L. Outland

RE:

Nuisance Activity at 5452 Wadean Pl., Oakland, CA

Dear Property Owner(s):


This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity has been reported
as occurring on your property. The Nuisance Abatement Division of the City of
Oakland is designed to work with property owners to prevent and control nuisance
activity on properties. Our records indicate that you are the owner(s) of record for
5452 Wadean Place, Oakland, CA
This letter is designed to inform you that as a property owner you are responsible for the
nuisance activity that may be occurring on your property. It is also intended to facilitate
early nuisance abatement efforts. In each instance where this letter is being sent, the
Nuisance Abatement Division has received complaints either from police, city workers
and/or citizens alleging specific activity in violation of the Citys Public Nuisance
Ordinance (PNO), Ordinance # 12550 C.M.S and/or the Nuisance Eviction Ordinance,
Ordinance # 12592 C.M.S.
Our office has been informed that your property is the site of Noise Nuisances, OMC
8.18.010 Excessive and annoying noises prohibited; and 8.18.020 Persistent noises a
nuisance. There are reports that there is constant dog barking coming from your
property, a violation of the City noise ordinances. This activity may constitute a violation
of the PNO due to its impact to the use and quiet enjoyment of the surrounding
communitys property.

5452 Wadean Place


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This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to
abate. Should the NAD move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against
your property you will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is
abated. These fees and penalties include, but are not limited to, a $3500.00 Nuisance
case fee and civil penalties of $500.00 a day up to $5,000 a year.
Each situation will be different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up
to you to determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to
abate the nuisance.
Proprietors of rental units and commercial properties play an important role in
maintaining the integrity of their neighborhoods. We advise you to take the time to
assess your property, identify the problems and call us for assistance. Thank you in
advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

cc:

P. Pereira, Animal Services/OPD (via email)


D. Santana, City Administrator (via interoffice mail)
Chron

CITY of OAKLAND
CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

City Administrators Office

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612


TTY/TDD (510) 238-2007
FAX (510) 238-7084
Voicemail ((510) 238-6370

Nuisance Abatement Division


Greg Minor, Assistant to the City Administrator

November 5, 2014

Katrina L. Outland

RE: Nuisance Activity at 5452 Wadean Place, Oakland, CA


Dear Property Owner(s),
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity, namely excessive dog
barking, has been reported as occurring at 5452 Wadean Place. Public records indicate that you
are the owner of record of this property.
In addition to violating Oaklands Noise Ordinance, Oakland Municipal Code 8.18, this activity
may constitute a public nuisance due to its impact to the use and quiet enjoyment of the
surrounding communitys property.
This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to abate.
Should our office move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against your property you
will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is abated, including a
$3,500.00 Nuisance case fee and civil penalties of $500.00 a day.
Each situation is different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up to you to
determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to abate the nuisance. We
advise you to take the time to assess your property, identify the problems and call us for
assistance. Thank you in advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

Greg Minor
Assistant to the City Administrator
cc:

Sgt. R. Muniz, OAS/OPD (via email)


H. Gardner, Interim City Administrator (via interoffice mail)
Chron

CITY of OAKLAND
City Administrators Office
CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612


TTY/TDD
Main FAX
Voicemail

Nuisance Abatement Division


Arturo Sanchez, Assistant to City Administrator

(510) 238-2007
(510) 238-7084
(510) 238-7542

April 6, 2009

Kara L. Collier and


Jasmine R. Buczek

RE: Nuisance Activity at 5467 Wadean Place, Oakland


Dear Owner(s):
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity has been reported
as occurring on your property. The Nuisance Abatement Division of the City of
Oakland is designed to work with property owners to prevent and control nuisance
activity on properties. Our records indicate that you are the owner of record for 5467
Wadean Place, Oakland, CA.
This letter is designed to inform you that as a property owner you are responsible for the
nuisance activity that may be occurring on your property. It is also intended to facilitate
early nuisance abatement efforts. In each instance where this letter is being sent, the
Nuisance Abatement Division has received complaints either from police, city workers
and/or citizens alleging specific activity in violation of the Citys Public Nuisance
Ordinance (PNO), Ordinance # 12550 C.M.S and/or the Nuisance Eviction Ordinance,
Ordinance # 12592 C.M.S.
Our office has been informed that your property is the site of Noise Nuisances, OM
8.18.010 Excessive and annoying noises prohibited; and 8.18.020 Persistent noises, a
nuisance. This activity may constitute a violation of the PNO due to its impact to the
use and quiet enjoyment of the surrounding communitys property. A public nuisance
under the PNO exists whenever a condition on a property is maintained in violation of
the Oakland Municipal Code, in violation of California Civil Code Sections 3479 and
3480, or common law or in equity jurisprudence. A public nuisance shall also exist
whenever a condition so identified is corrected but recurs, and continues as a recurrent
problem.

5467 Wadean Place


Page 2 of 2

This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to
abate. Should the NAD move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against
your property you will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is
abated. These fees and penalties include, but are not limited to: a $3500.00 Nuisance
case fee and civil penalties of $1000.00 a day.
Each situation will be different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up
to you to determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to
abate the nuisance.
Proprietors of rental units and commercial properties play an important role in
maintaining the integrity of their neighborhoods. We advise you to take the time to
assess your property, identify the problems and call us for assistance. Thank you in
advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

Arturo M. Sanchez
Assistant to the City Administrator

CITY of OAKLAND
City Administrators Office
CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612


TTY/TDD
Main FAX
Voicemail

Nuisance Abatement Division


Arturo Sanchez, Case Manager

(510) 238-2007
(510) 238-7084
(510) 238-7542

July 28, 2009

Easdon Smith

RE:

Nuisance Activity at 5496 Taft Avenue, Oakland

Dear Owner(s):
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity has been reported
as occurring on your property. The Nuisance Abatement Division of the City of
Oakland is designed to work with property owners to prevent and control nuisance
activity on properties. Our records indicate that you are the owner of record for 5496
Taft Avenue, Oakland, CA.
This letter is designed to inform you that as a property owner you are responsible for the
nuisance activity that may be occurring on your property. It is also intended to facilitate
early nuisance abatement efforts. In each instance where this letter is being sent, the
Nuisance Abatement Division has received complaints either from police, city workers
and/or citizens alleging specific activity in violation of the Citys Public Nuisance
Ordinance (PNO), Ordinance # 12550 C.M.S and/or the Nuisance Eviction Ordinance,
Ordinance # 12592 C.M.S.
Our office has been informed that your property is the site of Noise Nuisances, OMC
8.18.010 Excessive and annoying noises prohibited; and 8.18.020 Persistent noises a
nuisance. There are reports that your dogs constantly bark in violation of the City noise
ordinances. This activity may constitute a violation of the PNO due to its impact to the
use and quiet enjoyment of the surrounding communitys property.
This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to
abate. Should the NAD move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against
your property you will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is
abated. These fees and penalties include, but are not limited to, a $3500.00 Nuisance
case fee and civil penalties of $500.00 a day.

5496 Taft Avenue


Page 2 of 2

Each situation will be different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up
to you to determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to
abate the nuisance. A public nuisance under the PNO exists whenever a condition on a
property is maintained in violation of the Oakland Municipal Code, in violation of
California Civil Code Sections 3479 and 3480, or common law or in equity
jurisprudence. A public nuisance shall also exist whenever a condition so identified is
corrected but recurs, and continues as a recurrent problem.
Thank you for your attention to this matter.

Sincerely,

ARTURO M. SANCHEZ
Assistant to the City Administrator

th

City Hall 1 Frank Ogawa Plaza 11 Floor Oakland, California 94612


TTY/TDD
Main FAX
Voicemail

City Administrators Office


Nuisance Abatement Division
Arturo Sanchez, Assistant to City Administrator

(510) 238-2007
(510) 238-7084
(510) 238-7542

June 22, 2010

Edward L. Silva TR

RE: Nuisance Activity at 5515 College Avenue, Oakland


dba Ye Olde Hut
Dear Property Owner(s):
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity has been reported
as occurring on your property. The Nuisance Abatement Division of the City of
Oakland is designed to work with property owners to prevent and control nuisance
activity on properties. Our records indicate that you are the owner of record for 5515
College Avenue, Oakland dba Ye Olde Hut.
This letter is designed to inform you that as a property owner you are responsible for the
nuisance activity that may be occurring on your property. It is also intended to facilitate
early nuisance abatement efforts. In each instance where this letter is being sent, the
Nuisance Abatement Division has received complaints either from police, city workers
and/or citizens alleging specific activity in violation of the Citys Public Nuisance
Ordinance (PNO), Ordinance # 12550 C.M.S and/or the Nuisance Eviction Ordinance,
Ordinance # 12592 C.M.S.
Our office has been informed that your property is the site of Noise Nuisances, OMC
8.18.010 Excessive and annoying noises prohibited; and 8.18.020 Persistent noises, a
nuisance. This activity may constitute a violation of the PNO due to its impact to the
use and quiet enjoyment of the surrounding communitys property. A public nuisance
shall also exist whenever a condition so identified is corrected but recurs, and continues
as a recurrent problem.
This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to
abate. Should the NAD move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against
your property you will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is
abated. These fees and penalties include, but are not limited to: a $3500.00 Nuisance
case fee and civil penalties of $500.00 a day.

5515 College Avenue


Page 2 of 2

Each situation will be different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up
to you to determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to
abate the nuisance.
Proprietors of rental units and commercial properties play an important role in
maintaining the integrity of their neighborhoods. We advise you to take the time to
assess your property, identify the problems and call us for assistance. Thank you in
advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

Arturo M. Sanchez
Assistant to City Administrator
cc:

Sgt. L. Johnson, ABAT/OPD (via email)


Offcr. J. Blankinship, ABAT/OPD (via email)
Offcr. J. Sena, ABAT/OPD (via email)
J. Hodgkins, City Attorneys Office (via email)
N. Kim, District 1
D. Lindheim, City Administrator (via interoffice mail)

via regular mail


Owner/Manager, Ye Olde Hut, 5515 College Ave., Oakland, CA 94618

CITY of OAKLAND
City Administrators Office
CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612


TTY/TDD
Main FAX
Voicemail

Nuisance Abatement Division


Arturo Sanchez, Assistant to City Administrator

(510) 238-2007
(510) 238-7084
(510) 238-7542

May 26, 2009

John Lewis

RE: Nuisance Activity at 5552 Kales Avenue, Oakland


Dear Owner(s):
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity has been reported
as occurring on your property. The Nuisance Abatement Division of the City of
Oakland is designed to work with property owners to prevent and control nuisance
activity on properties. Our records indicate that you are the owner of record for 5552
Kales Avenue, Oakland, CA.
This letter is designed to inform you that as a property owner you are responsible for the
nuisance activity that may be occurring on your property. It is also intended to facilitate
early nuisance abatement efforts. In each instance where this letter is being sent, the
Nuisance Abatement Division has received complaints either from police, city workers
and/or citizens alleging specific activity in violation of the Citys Public Nuisance
Ordinance (PNO), Ordinance # 12550 C.M.S and/or the Nuisance Eviction Ordinance,
Ordinance # 12592 C.M.S.
Our office has been informed that your property is the site of Noise Nuisances, OMC
8.18.010 Excessive and annoying noises prohibited; and 8.18.020 Persistent noises, a
nuisance. This activity may constitute a violation of the PNO due to its impact to the
use and quiet enjoyment of the surrounding communitys property. A public nuisance
under the PNO exists whenever a condition on a property is maintained in violation of
the Oakland Municipal Code, in violation of California Civil Code Sections 3479 and
3480, or common law or in equity jurisprudence. A public nuisance shall also exist
whenever a condition so identified is corrected but recurs, and continues as a recurrent
problem.
This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to
abate. Should the NAD move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against
your property you will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is

1724 67th Avenue.


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abated. These fees and penalties include, but are not limited to: a $3500.00 Nuisance
case fee and civil penalties of $500.00 a day.
Each situation will be different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up
to you to determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to
abate the nuisance.
Proprietors of rental units and commercial properties play an important role in
maintaining the integrity of their neighborhoods. We advise you to take the time to
assess your property, identify the problems and call us for assistance. Thank you in
advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

Arturo M. Sanchez
Assistant to the City Administrator

CITY of OAKLAND
City Administrators Office
CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612


TTY/TDD
Main FAX
Voicemail

Nuisance Abatement Division


Niccolo De Luca, Deputy City Administrator
Arturo Sanchez, Case Manager

(510) 238-2007
(510) 238-7084
(510) 238-7542

October 2, 2006

Janice Gill

RE:

Nuisance Activity at 5612 Fleming Avenue

Dear Owner(s):
The Nuisance Enforcement Unit of the City of Oakland is designed to work with property
owners to prevent and control nuisance activity on properties. Our intent is to notify
property owners of nuisance activity as early as possible. Our records indicated that
you are owners of record for 5612 Fleming Avenue, Oakland CA.
This letter is designed to provide an early warning to you, as a property owner that
nuisance activity maybe occurring on your property. It is also intended to facilitate early
nuisance abatement efforts. In each instance where this letter is being sent, the
Nuisance Enforcement Unit has received complaints from police, city workers and/or
citizens alleging specific activity in Violation of the Citys Public Nuisance Ordinance
(PNO), Ordinance # 12550 C.M.S and or the Nuisance Eviction Ordinance, Ordinance #
12592 C.M.S.
Our office has been informed that your property is the site of loitering, Noise Nuisances,
OMC 8.18.010 Excessive and annoying noises prohibited; and 8.18.020 Persistent
noises a nuisance. There are reports that individuals play loud music, and loiter on, in,
and in close proximity to your property. This activity constitutes a violation of the PNO
due to its impact to the use and quiet enjoyment of the surrounding communitys
property. Such activity can quickly escalate into a potentially dangerous situation as the
individuals are reported to also loiter in the middle of the street. Additionally, this
activity may constitute an unlawful public assembly if conducted regularly without
appropriate approvals from the city.

5612 Fleming
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Further the activity enumerated above may subject you to Oakland Municipal Code
Chapter 8.23, the Nuisance Eviction Ordinance, which is intended to expedite the
removal of drug dealers, individuals committing narcotic-related, gang-related, violent
crimes, or threats of violent crimes from residential and commercial property. The
Oakland City Administrators Nuisance Enforcement Unit (NEU) is assigned to pursue
these matters. The Eviction ordinance states in relevant part:
A landlord shall not cause or permit:
1)

The premises to be used or maintained for any illegal drug activity drugrelated nuisance, violent crime, threat of violent crime or gang-related
crime.

2)

A tenant to use or occupy the premises if the tenant commits, permits,


maintains, or is involved in any illegal drug activity, violent crime or threat
of violent crime, gang-related crime, or drug-related nuisance on the
premises or for drug related nuisances within a close proximity to the
boundary line of the property.

Notwithstanding any provision of the Oakland Municipal Code to the contrary a landlord
may bring an action to recover possession of a rental unit upon one of the following
grounds:
1)

the tenant, tenants agent, or tenants guest is committing or permitting to


exist any illegal drug activity, violent crime or threat of violent crime, gangrelated crime, or drug-related nuisance on the premises or for drug related
nuisances within a close proximity to the boundary line of the property, or

(2)

the tenant has been convicted of a crime and the underlying offense
involves illegal drug activity, violent crime or threat of violent crime, drugrelated nuisance activity or a gang-related crime on the premises.

This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to
abate. Should the NEU move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against
your property you will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is
abated. These fees and penalties include, but are not limited to: a $3000.00 Nuisance
case fee and civil penalties of $1000.00 a day.
Each situation will be different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up
to you to determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to
abate the nuisance. A public nuisance under the PNO exists whenever a condition on a
property is maintained in violation of the Oakland Municipal Code, in violation of
California Civil Code Sections 3479 and 3480, or common law or in equity
jurisprudence. A public nuisance shall also exist whenever a condition so identified is
corrected but recurs, and continues as a recurrent problem.

5612 Fleming
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Proprietors of rental units and commercial properties play an important role in


maintaining the integrity of their neighborhoods. We advise you to take the time to
assess your property, identify the problems and call us for assistance.
Thank you for your attention.

Sincerely,

ARTURO M. SANCHEZ
Assistant to the City Administrator

cc:

D. Brooks, District 6
Owner,
Owner,

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City Hall 1 Frank Ogawa Plaza 11 Floor Oakland, California 94612


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Main FAX
Voicemail

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Nuisance Abatement Division
Arturo Sanchez, Assistant to City Administrator

(510) 238-2007
(510) 238-7084
(510) 238-7542

June 22, 2011

Charles R. Lowry

RE: Nuisance Activity at 5824 Occidental Street, Oakland


Dear Property Owner(s):
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity has been reported
as occurring on your property. The Nuisance Abatement Division of the City of
Oakland is designed to work with property owners to prevent and control nuisance
activity on properties. Our records indicate that you are the owner of record for 5824
Occidental Street, Oakland.
This letter is designed to inform you that as a property owner you are responsible for the
nuisance activity that may be occurring on your property. It is also intended to facilitate
early nuisance abatement efforts. In each instance where this letter is being sent, the
Nuisance Abatement Division has received complaints either from police, city workers
and/or citizens alleging specific activity in violation of the Citys Public Nuisance
Ordinance (PNO), Ordinance # 12550 C.M.S and/or the Nuisance Eviction Ordinance,
Ordinance # 12592 C.M.S.
Our office has been informed that your property is the site of Noise Nuisances, OMC
8.18.010 Excessive and annoying noises prohibited; and 8.18.020 Persistent noises, a
nuisance. There are reports that excessive noise is emanating from some units of your
property. This activity may constitute a violation of the PNO due to its impact to the use
and quiet enjoyment of the surrounding communitys property. A public nuisance shall
also exist whenever a condition so identified is corrected but recurs, and continues as a
recurrent problem.
This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to
abate. Should the NAD move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against
your property you will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is
abated. These fees and penalties include, but are not limited to: a $3500.00 Nuisance
case fee and civil penalties of $500.00 a day.

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Each situation will be different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up
to you to determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to
abate the nuisance.
Proprietors of rental units and commercial properties play an important role in
maintaining the integrity of their neighborhoods. We advise you to take the time to
assess your property, identify the problems and call us for assistance. Thank you in
advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

Arturo M. Sanchez
Assistant to City Administrator
cc:

(via email)
P. Lamont Ewell, Interim City Administrator
Chron

CITY of OAKLAND
CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612

City Administrators Office

TTY/TDD (510) 238-2007


FAX (510) 238-7084
Voicemail ((510) 238-6370

Nuisance Abatement Division


Greg Minor, Assistant to the City Administrator

September 15, 2015


Chikou & Christina Fan

RE: Nuisance Activity at 5829 Seminary Ct., Oakland, CA


Dear Property Owner(s),
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity, namely excessive noise in
the form of barking dogs, continues to be reported as occurring at 5829 Seminary Ct., Oakland,
CA Public records indicate that you are the owners of record of this property.
In addition to violating Oaklands Noise Ordinance, Oakland Municipal Code 8.18, this activity
may constitute a public nuisance due to its impact to the use and quiet enjoyment of the
surrounding communitys property. It is also reported that there are more than 3 dogs on the
premises, which violates OMC 6.04.400.
This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to abate.
Should our office move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against your property you
will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is abated, including a
$3,500.00 Nuisance case fee and civil penalties of $500.00 a day.
Each situation is different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up to you to
determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to abate the nuisance. We
advise you to take the time to assess your property, identify the problems and call us for
assistance. Thank you in advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

Greg Minor
Assistant to the City Administrator
cc:

Sabrina Landreth, City Administrator


Chron

CITY of OAKLAND
CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

City Administrators Office

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612


TTY/TDD (510) 238-2007
FAX (510) 238-7084
Voicemail ((510) 238-6370

Nuisance Abatement Division


Greg Minor, Assistant to the City Administrator

July 29, 2015

Maxine Williams TR

RE: Nuisance Activity at 5931 Whitney St., Oakland, CA


Dear Property Owner(s),
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity, namely drug dealing,
threats, and disturbing the peace, has been reported as occurring at 5931 Whitney Street. Public
records indicate that you are the owner of record of this property.
This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to abate.
Should our office move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against your property you
will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is abated, including a
$3,529.00 Nuisance case fee and civil penalties of $1,000.00 a day.
Each situation is different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up to you to
determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to abate the nuisance. We
advise you to take the time to assess your property, identify the problems and call us for
assistance. Thank you in advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

Greg Minor
Assistant to the City Administrator
cc:

Sgt. A. Smith, Area 2/OPD (via email)


CRO H. Castro, Beat 2/11X
S. Landreth, City Administrator (via interoffice mail)
Chron

CITY of OAKLAND
CITY HALL

1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

11th FLOOR

City Administrators Office

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612


TTY/TDD (510) 238-2007
FAX (510) 238-7084
Voicemail ((510) 238-6370

Nuisance Abatement Division


Greg Minor, Assistant to the City Administrator

April 24, 2014

Abdo Hussein & A. Hussain

RE: Nuisance Activity at 5944 San Pablo Avenue, Oakland, CA


dba Gateway Liquor
Dear Property Owners,
This is a courtesy notice intended to advise you that nuisance activity, namely loud industrial
noise, has been reported as occurring at 5944 San Pablo Avenue. Public records indicate that
you are the owners of record of this property.
In addition to violating Oaklands Noise Ordinance, Oakland Municipal Code 8.18, this activity
may constitute a public nuisance due to its impact to the use and quiet enjoyment of the
surrounding communitys property.
This letter is intended to inform you of this violation and afford you an opportunity to abate.
Should our office move forward with a public nuisance abatement case against your property you
will be subject to a variety of fees and penalties until the nuisance is abated, including a
$3,500.00 Nuisance case fee and civil penalties of $500.00 a day.
Each situation is different. Your property is the site of nuisance activity, and it is up to you to
determine the exact nature of the problem and take the steps necessary to abate the nuisance. We
advise you to take the time to assess your property, identify the problems and call us for
assistance. Thank you in advance for your attention to this matter.
Sincerely,

Greg Minor
Assistant to the City Administrator
cc:

L. DAndrea, City Attorneys Office (via email)


F. Blackwell, City Administrator (via interoffice mail)

Chron