Press Links for A.J. Acosta Company in Big Bear Lake, CA. Joaquin Andres (Andy)'s 30 year old business serving the Big Bear Valley and Southern California: Timber Services, Firewood, Mulch, Landscaping Materials, Dangerous Tree Removal, Snow Removal, Avalanche Remediation, Search and Rescue Support, Fire Suppression.
____________________________________Joe Nelson, The Sun
Cohn told Ziprick he had not brought forth any new facts or law in the case to persuade him to reverse his order.
Cohn’s decision came as no surprise to Acosta.
“I kind of expected this, because (Cohn’s) not going to change his mind,” Acosta said Friday. “He was very short. He really didn’t want to listen to much.”
Acosta, 50, and San Bernardino County sued each other in a dispute over....READ MORE______________________________________
With the resources provided by his 34-year-old business, A.J. Acosta Co., Acosta has hoisted cars out of steep canyons and ravines, cleared snow and debris from highways and roads, cleared trees for ski runs at Snow Summit Ski Resort, and sold firewood to keep local residents warm.
But now, Acosta’s business is imperiled. He stands to lose it all after a San Bernardino Superior Court judge ordered a receiver take possession of Acosta’s equipment storage yard at 1000 North Shore Drive and sell all his property at auction on March 1, the proceeds of which will go toward bringing Acosta’s property into compliance with county codes.
“They are killing this company. If they sell my property at auction, my company is done,” Acosta, 50, said Thursday outside the storage yard, which he has been banned from by order of the court.. . . READ MORE
KBHR Radio, Big Bear Lake, CA: Reporter Rick Herrick interviews Andy Acosta of A.J. Acosta Company regarding County of San Bernardino Seizure of his equipment and property at 1000 North Shore Dr. in Big Bear.
|Andy Acosta of A.J. Acosta Company (L) |
being interviewed by Rick Herrick (R) of Big Bear Lake,
CA radio station KBHR, Feb 5, 2014
The crew at A.J. Acosta takes its time moving a house through a narrow portion of Canyon Crest in Moonridge on Dec. 5, 2013
Big Bear Grizzly Posted: Wednesday, December 11, 2013 5:00 am
Andy Acosta doesn’t believe in wasting a good thing, especially if that thing is a classic, well-built home. The owner of A.J. Acosta Company Inc., which has been hired to tear down old Big Bear Valley homes on numerous occasions, believes in saving many of them by moving the buildings to another property. . . . READ MORE
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