Apr 20, 2012 5:10 PM by Courtney Meznarich
A San Luis Obispo Superior Court judge has awarded a contract to Polyhouse to fix code compliance issues at Sunny Acres Sober Living Facility in San Luis Obispo.
Owner Dan DeVaul says Polyhouse won the bid with a $1.08 contract. All of the funding to fix the property comes from community donations. If you would like to donate, click here for more information.
Dan DeVaul has been in a battle with the county for years over code compliance issues regarding safety and health at his sober living facility off Los Osos Valley Road. Polyhouse, a group made of students from Cal Poly, usually picks a residence to remodel each quarter. This quarter, they will work to bring Sunny Acres up to code, and build a residence on the property for people who are homeless and struggling.
A receiver was assigned earlier this year to manage the property. The receiver will overlook the Polyhouse contract.
On Saturday, Polyhouse is planning a community cleanup day at Sunny Acres. Anyone who wants to help is invited to attend. The event starts at 8:00 a.m. at Sunny Acres.
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