Napa County Board of Supervisors to Review Planning Commission Vote in Bremer Case

Dec 11, 2019

(WB) - The Napa County Board of Supervisors is expected to review a vote by the Planning Commission to allow a winery the right to maintain rocks walls and other structures built years ago too close to a creek that runs through its property.

The Napa County Planning Commission on Oct. 16 decided that John and Laura Bremer, owner of Bremer Family Winery, should not have to remove a number of structures, including a barn, a restroom, rock walls, portions of buildings and two pedestrian bridges that were built too close to the creek. The commission voted 3-2 to grant exceptions to the county’s conservation regulations.

Michael Hackett, an Angwin resident, filed the appeal on Oct. 28. The hearing is slated to come before the Board of Supervisors sometime in March.

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