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April 17, 2000 | ANDRE BRISCOE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The Planning Commission has given the First Southern Baptist Church and its leader, the Rev. Wiley Drake, one more month to correct code violations at the church in order to have its conditional-use permit for the construction of a homeless shelter renewed. In March the commission ordered Drake to correct the code violations, such as the storage of inoperable vehicles, before it would consider renewing its permit to build a shelter next to the church.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 17, 2000 | ANDRE BRISCOE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The Planning Commission has given the First Southern Baptist Church and its leader, the Rev. Wiley Drake, one more month to correct code violations at the church in order to have its conditional-use permit for the construction of a homeless shelter renewed. In March the commission ordered Drake to correct the code violations, such as the storage of inoperable vehicles, before it would consider renewing its permit to build a shelter next to the church.
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March 10, 2000 | ANA CHOLO-TIPTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The outspoken pastor of First Southern Baptist Church has agreed to correct code violations on the site where he plans to build a homeless shelter at his Buena Park church. The Rev. Wiley Drake first attracted attention in 1996 when neighbors began complaining that he was letting homeless people stay at the church. City inspectors cited him for building and health code violations, and in 1997 he was convicted of four misdemeanors and ordered to complete 1,500 hours of community service.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 10, 2000 | ANA CHOLO-TIPTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The outspoken pastor of First Southern Baptist Church has agreed to correct code violations on the site where he plans to build a homeless shelter at his Buena Park church. The Rev. Wiley Drake first attracted attention in 1996 when neighbors began complaining that he was letting homeless people stay at the church. City inspectors cited him for building and health code violations, and in 1997 he was convicted of four misdemeanors and ordered to complete 1,500 hours of community service.
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