Thursday, March 3, 2011

Second String Takes The Field


A new millenium new day new thought has dawned in Manteca's Animal Control department - "We are no match for Lyin' Lynda and Resectioned Red. It's time for a lateral pass to the C.E. professionals."

And to help the second-stringers get their heads outta their asses into the game, I provided to them a lushly illustrated twelve-page history of the six prior contacts I have had with the City of Manteca over this one item alone. This is now the seventh. (They'll probably claim to read it, but only look at the centerfolds.)

Below is the cover letter. Everything else has appeared in this blog before, except for the security camera stills.

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City of Manteca
Code Enforcement Dept
1001 W. Center Street
Manteca, CA 95337

March 3, 2011

Dear sirs,

As shown by the within documentation, this complaint has been in existence for eighteen months. Despite the very best efforts of Animal Control personnel there are still at least seven dogs and cats being kept by their fossilized owners on a residential lot in the City of Manteca.

The owners and the property in question are:

Lynda Allen & Theresa Brassey
810 Fishback Street
Manteca, CA 95337

To aid you in identifying and counting the canines and feline in question, I have provided pictures of the animals from 2009, and security camera stills from last month (February) after impotent Animal Control threw up their hands.

The large dogs are named Gus, Blue, and Whiskey; one of the small dogs is named Rufus. Lynda calls them “her kids” in Answer #4, below.

Please see to it that the number of dogs and cats on the property is reduced to no more than three, in order to conform to Manteca Municipal Code, Section 17.07.030.

Sincerely yours,


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