My practice areas include code enforcement, receiverships, land use, police services, and zoning and planning laws. All of these areas are linked with improving community standards and enforcing local codes and state laws that are applicable to local codes.
President of CCMF, Ken Striplin, became a City Manager for the City of Santa Clarita in 2012. He has been working with the City of Santa Clarita since 1995, playing an integral role in both the organizational and fiscal aspects of the city’s success. He has continued this work at CCMF, and has high hopes for the organization’s goals and future. We asked him to talk a little more about his career, as well as the successes and challenges that CCMF is facing today.
For over a decade, Dane Hutchings has been advocating for the best interests of both public and private entities. He is a seasoned legislative advocate and political strategist with a keen understanding of the California political process and landscape.
Octavio’s journey with Civiltec began with two significant run-ins with Rick Shroads. The first occurred while he was attending California State Polytechnic University, Pomona: after seeing his potential, Rick hired Octavio to work for Lind & Hillerud, Inc., a Land Development engineering firm based in San Marino.
Julia Sylva is a graduate of Loyola Law School (1983, scholarship recipient) and California State University, Long Beach, wherein she earned a B.A. in Political Science, with a minor in Public Administration (1978). She has practiced law in California since 1983.