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Snoopy Perfect Cover For Mob Run Air Craft Maintenance Facility

Posted by Sherlock Pwahrow on October 10, 2018 at 4:00 PM

O what a blessing that Mr. Schulz is not alive to see the moral turpitudes that his beloved namesake airport is sheltering! Right from the beginning of the liberally greased approval process, apparently zero if any real vetting of the applicants occurred. Worse it was all accomplished in secret without even bothering to file any information about the financial impact of this multimillion dollar changing of business ownership and then the subsequent shuffling of the ownership resposibility between faceless firms like some shell game. Instead the document lamely claims that there is no financial impact whatsoever. Worse still this raises no red flags amongst the august members of the County Of Sonoma Department Of Transportation & Public Works!


Witness the County Of Sonoma Agenda Item Summary Report Department: Transportation & Public Works – Airport item:


Sonoma Jet Center is located at 6000 and 6030 Flightline Drive



Prior Board Action: 12/11/07: Approved First Amendment to Lease; 07/13/04: Approved Lease to Sonoma Jet Center; 12/09/03: Closed Session Alternatives – Results of Non-Approval: a) No alternatives to consideration of a request for consent to assignment are applicable. SJC desires to assign its leasehold interest at the Airport, and has complied with its lease obligations for so doing. SRA, via Redwood Hangar, LLC and New Sonoma FBO, Inc., is financially and otherwise capable of successfully operating an FBO at the Airport; b) The inadvertent misalignment of taxilane and lease line would remain uncorrected.


Rubber-stamped all of the way through the approval process, how many free luxury cars did that cost them?


Taxpayers might like to know exactly why the Board approved a lease that allowed item b), and by not correcting the situation, even endorsing the misalignment of a taxilane and a lease line? That is at the very least gross incompetence but considering the benefits of this sweetheart deal given to these sly crooks from Jersey, probably closer to gross corruption. Because with the taxi lane mixed up with the lease line, this is probably done to evade paying their share of taxi lane fees to the airport.

 

Further evidence of Sonoma Jet Center’s disconnect from the community can be seen in their inattention to their own web site, a clear indication thereof. Evidence of that can be seen in the fact that when visited for this post on October 10, 2018 their last entry was on July 10th 2018.


The Latest News from Sonoma Jet Center

the ability of organized crime groups to run “daisy chain” schemes using shell companies

 

the ability of organized crime 37 Grosse, Robert E. Drugs and Money: Laundering Latin America’s Cocaine Dollars (Connecticut: Praegan Publishers, 2001) 72. Todisco 22 groups to run “daisy chain” schemes using shell companies

 

Why was it a Closed Session? What were they hiding from the public, is that really how Snoopy does business?

 

CURRENT FISCAL YEAR FINANCIAL IMPACT - None. Is that so? Explanation (if required): None. ; 



Why was no explanation required, it sure sounds like a lot on ‘splaining is clearly left to untangle this sordid transaction?


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Prior Board Action: 12/11/07: Approved First Amendment to Lease; 07/13/04: Approved Lease to Sonoma Jet Center; 12/09/03: Closed Session (!)

 

And for democracy, it gets worse, far worse dear readers. Department: Transportation & Public Works - Airport 4/5 Vote Not Required Contact: Jon Stout John Merget 565-3633 Phone: 565-7243 Board Date: 7/13/2010 Deadline for Board Action: 7/13/2010

 

The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors for some reason decided to exclude the public in their unilateral decision to award the county’s precious airspace to marauding mobsters masquerading under the cover of a bevy of shell companies leading nowhere with no accountability. Run by a couple of New Jersey puppets whose real objectives are conducting illegal surveillance and harassing of victims singled out for such treatment by their crime bosses by means of sonic jet bursts and dives.

 

Note: Airport services and freight handling – At John F. Kennedy International Airport, LaGuardia and Newark Liberty, the unions were controlled by the Lucchese family.


In the lease for the “Sale of Sonoma Jet Center Sonoma” it states that the “Jet Center has been a solid asset for the Airport and an excellent tenant for the County.” But it offers zero evidence for those claims.


As a voluntary business decision, Sonoma Jet Center now desires to sell its assets at the Airport and has entered into a sales agreement with South River Aviation, LLC. They were probably threatened if they refused to sell.


South River Aviation, LLC (“SRA”;) is an aviation-related investment company formed in 2002 for the purpose of identifying and acquiring an existing FBO which met its very conservative business acquisition parameters. Sure it is, and you will be happy to learn that the County further wisely invested the taxpayers’ dollars in acquiring great holdings of swampland in the Garden State. That says basically nothing about the company or those allegedly behind it. Where is the vetting process?


SRA has entered into a purchase and sale agreement with SJC for its FBO assets at the Airport, which agreement is contingent upon the County’s approval of an assignment of the lease from SJC to a subsidiary corporation of SRA. So the County agreed to give their taxpayer’s precious airspace to some company that was suspect in the first place for clear obfuscation to another shell company with zero interest in the community and basically a completely unknown entity if even that. See the work that gets done behind closed doors and behind the taxpayers’ backs. These are jet planes flown over your heads daily controlled by pilots controlled by the mob. Sleep easy Sonoma County!

 

SRA has formed two California entities specifically for the subject acquisition. Why is that, the first one was plenty murky enough?

 

These entities are Redwood Hangar, LLC and New Sonoma FBO, Inc., WHO???

 

 

the former to acquire SJC’s lease with the County of Sonoma, subject to Board approval,

Asleep at the wheel, on the take, or both, you decide.

 

along with SJC’s leasehold improvements (general aviation terminal, fuel farm, and improvements to the Redwood Hangar), Can you spell toxic waste cleanup?

 

and the latter, They must have meant ladder, because it will take many steps and rungs to figure out the real crime boss.

 

which, after closing, will do business as Sonoma Jet Center, Yet another Mob Run Enterprise.

 

to sublease the entire leasehold from Redwood Hangar, LLC, to further abdicate any shred of responsibility for the damage we will cause.

 

subject to Board approval, bought and paid for or cowed into submission.

 

for the purpose of operating the FBO business. Complete strangers given the keys to hover over sleeping taxpayers at will and to make and perpetrate any kind of aerial disturbance they see fit.


South River Aviation, LLC, Redwood Hangar, LLC, and New Sonoma FBO, Inc., are all inter-related entities, all owned in part and managed by Joshua Hochberg Meet the straw man.

 

The acquisition is being funded solely through the equity investment of the company’s stockholders. What company are they referring to and who are the stockholders, where is the data?

 

Reasons for Recommendation

SJC desires to assign its leasehold interest at the Airport, and has complied with its lease obligations for so doing Oh really? What obligations did the Sonoma County Board require, virtually ZERO.

 

and SRA, via Redwood Hangar, LLC, and New Sonoma FBO, Inc., is financially and otherwise capable of successfully operating an FBO at the Airport. What proof of this statement, other than the generous contributions to the board members, is offered?


Recommendation: Authorize the Chair to: (1) execute the Second Amendment to the July 13, 2004, Lease between the County of Sonoma and Sonoma Jet Center, in order to correct a misalignment of airport taxilane and lease line; (2) execute the Consent to Sonoma Jet Center’s assignment of its Lease to Redwood Hangar, LLC; (3) execute the Consent to Redwood Hangar’s sublease to New Sonoma FBO; and (4) authorize the Director of Transportation and Public Works to execute any other documents reasonably required to effect said assignment (Fourth Supervisorial District). Roll over, fetch, now play dead spot!

 

County Of Sonoma Agenda Item Summary Report Department: Transportation & Public Works - Airport 4/5 Vote Not Required Contact: Jon Stout John Merget 565-3633 Phone: 565-7243 Board Date: 7/13/2010 Deadline for Board Action: 7/13/2010 AGENDA SHORT TITLE: Second Amendment and Assignment of Airport Lease













County Of Sonoma

Agenda Item

Summary Report

Department: Transportation & Public Works - Airport 4/5 Vote Not Required

Contact:

Jon Stout

John Merget 565-3633

Phone:

565-7243

Board Date:

7/13/2010

Deadline for Board Action:

7/13/2010

AGENDA SHORT TITLE: Second Amendment and Assignment of Airport Lease

REQUESTED BOARD ACTION: Authorize the Chair to: (1) execute the Second Amendment to the July 13,

2004, Lease between the County of Sonoma and Sonoma Jet Center, in order to correct a misalignment of airport

taxilane and lease line; (2) execute the Consent to Sonoma Jet Center’s assignment of its Lease to Redwood Hangar,

LLC; (3) execute the Consent to Redwood Hangar’s sublease to New Sonoma FBO; and (4) authorize the Director of

Transportation and Public Works to execute any other documents reasonably required to effect said assignment (Fourth

Supervisorial District).

CURRENT FISCAL YEAR FINANCIAL IMPACT - None.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Explanation (if required): None.

Prior Board Action: 12/11/07: Approved First Amendment to Lease; 07/13/04: Approved Lease to Sonoma

Jet Center; 12/09/03: Closed Session

Alternatives – Results of Non-Approval: a) No alternatives to consideration of a request for consent to

assignment are applicable. SJC desires to assign its leasehold interest at the Airport, and has complied with

its lease obligations for so doing. SRA, via Redwood Hangar, LLC and New Sonoma FBO, Inc., is

financially and otherwise capable of successfully operating an FBO at the Airport; b) The inadvertent

misalignment of taxilane and lease line would remain uncorrected.

Background:

Sonoma Jet Center FBO

Pursuant to its July 13, 2004, long-term lease with the County, Sonoma Jet Center, LLC (“SJC”;) developed

and currently operates Sonoma Jet Center as one of two Fixed Based Operators (“FBO”;) at the Charles M.

Schulz-Sonoma County Airport (“Airport”;). The other FBO at the Airport is Santa Rosa Jet

Center/KaiserAir. Sonoma Jet Center is located at 6000 and 6030 Flightline Drive and is comprised of a

3.87-acre portion of Apron C, the FBO development of which included major upgrades to the vintage/historic

“Redwood Hangar” (a 12,608 SF aircraft maintenance and storage hangar); construction of a new, 2,900

square foot general aviation terminal; and, installation of a state of the art fuel storage and dispensing facility.

The lease with SJC was first amended on December 11, 2007, to reflect the negotiated agreement between

the County and SJC as to the cost of clean-up of contaminated soils encountered by SJC in the construction

of its general aviation terminal. The possibility of unanticipated soil contamination and remediation costs

had been contemplated in the original lease, under Section 5.4(b) Further Negotiations on Account of Certain

Soil Conditions. The soil contamination apparently resulted from routine aircraft parking in the vicinity of

the Redwood Hangar over an extended period of time; consequently, there was no responsible party to whom

the County could turn for the clean-up costs. SJC incurred approximately $330,000 in clean-up costs, the

County’s participation in which was negotiated at $80,660 in base rent abatement over a 60-month period,

plus the provision of two (2) additional lease renewal option periods of five (5) years each. The original

lease was for a 15-year term, with one (1) renewal option at five (5) years. Per the first amendment and

assuming tenant’s exercise of all three (3) lease renewal options, the amended lease term would be for thirty

(30) years.

Second Amendment to Lease

The proposed second amendment to the lease pertains to an inadvertent misalignment of airport taxilane and

lease line, whereby approximately five (5) feet of taxilane are located within the southerly portion of the land

area legally described in the original lease as the Leased Premises. This misalignment is corrected by a new

legal description for the leased premises, with a resultant reduction in the land area of the Leased Premises

from 3.87 acres to 3.80 acres. Ground rent for the Leased Premises is reduced commensurately.

Sale of Sonoma Jet Center

Sonoma Jet Center has been a solid asset for the Airport and an excellent tenant for the County. As a

voluntary business decision, Sonoma Jet Center now desires to sell its assets at the Airport and has entered

into a sales agreement with South River Aviation, LLC.

South River Aviation, LLC

South River Aviation, LLC (“SRA”;) is an aviation-related investment company formed in 2002 for the

purpose of identifying and acquiring an existing FBO which met its very conservative business acquisition

parameters. Its prospective acquisition of Sonoma Jet Center would be its first such acquisition. SRA has

entered into a purchase and sale agreement with SJC for its FBO assets at the Airport, which agreement is

contingent upon the County’s approval of an assignment of the lease from SJC to a subsidiary corporation of

SRA. SRA has formed two California entities specifically for the subject acquisition. These entities are

Redwood Hangar, LLC and New Sonoma FBO, Inc., the former to acquire SJC’s lease with the County of

Sonoma, subject to Board approval, along with SJC’s leasehold improvements (general aviation terminal,

fuel farm, and improvements to the Redwood Hangar), and the latter, which, after closing, will do business as

Sonoma Jet Center, to sublease the entire leasehold from Redwood Hangar, LLC, subject to Board approval,

for the purpose of operating the FBO business. South River Aviation, LLC, Redwood Hangar, LLC, and

New Sonoma FBO, Inc., are all inter-related entities, all owned in part and managed by Joshua Hochberg.

The acquisition is being funded solely through the equity investment of the company’s stockholders.

Consequently, the new Sonoma Jet Center will be virtually debt free from day one. Additionally, the

company will have on-hand working capital equal to approximately six months of fixed expense. New

Sonoma FBO, Inc. will retain Sonoma Jet Center’s current employees, including its on-site management

team. Except for the second lease amendment discussed above, there are no changes to the original SJC

lease and first amendment thereof.

As a matter of information only, the month-to-month lease between the County and SJC for ramp area

adjacent to its FBO will be terminated, and a new month-to-month lease established with Redwood Hangar,

LLC. This ramp area is utilized for transient aircraft parking during peak air traffic periods. Additionally,

the month-to-month lease covers a portion of ramp area utilized for FBO fuel truck parking.

Reasons for Recommendation

SJC desires to assign its leasehold interest at the Airport, and has complied with its lease obligations for so

doing and SRA, via Redwood Hangar, LLC, and New Sonoma FBO, Inc., is financially and otherwise

capable of successfully operating an FBO at the Airport. The second lease amendment corrects an

inadvertent misalignment of taxilane and lease line.

Recommendation: Authorize the Chair to: (1) execute the Second Amendment to the July 13, 2004, Lease

between the County of Sonoma and Sonoma Jet Center, in order to correct a misalignment of airport taxilane

and lease line; (2) execute the Consent to Sonoma Jet Center’s assignment of its Lease to Redwood Hangar,

LLC; (3) execute the Consent to Redwood Hangar’s sublease to New Sonoma FBO; and (4) authorize the

Director of Transportation and Public Works to execute any other documents reasonably required to effect

said assignment (Fourth Supervisorial District).

Attachments: None

On File With Clerk: (1) Second Amendment to Lease; (2) Consent to Assignment Agreement; and (3)

Consent to Sublease Agreement


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