In an area known for its farm-to-table restaurants and home-cooked meals, the biggest farm in California is still owned by its founder.
Mendocinians, like their neighbors, don’t really seem to care.
The farm is one of many that have been in the spotlight in recent months, and a recent investigation by the Los Angeles Times revealed that it has a history of child sex abuse.
But while Mendocinos are largely oblivious to the scandals, they are also very aware that some of the more powerful people in the area are.
And it’s not just because they are wealthy.
Some Mendocinans are still deeply involved with the county government.
They can be seen in public in a lot of Mendocinas restaurants, and they are one of the biggest landowners in the county.
The story of the Mendocins farm sex story is complicated by the fact that the sheriff, a former sheriff himself, is now a private investigator.
He is now in charge of the investigation of a former Mendocinian state agriculture official.
It was not immediately clear if the former official was the one who took the photos of the farm in 2014.
In addition to Mendocinera, the sheriff has been linked to a number of other farms and businesses in the state, including the home of the state’s largest agricultural producer, Syngenta, and the former governor’s mansion.
The investigation also revealed that he has an old relationship with the former sheriff, David J. Bunch.
The sheriff’s office, meanwhile, has been accused of using its power to pressure local lawmakers, as well as a state-run newspaper, into passing legislation that allows the sheriff to collect and investigate agricultural records without a court order.
The state’s attorney general is also investigating whether the sheriff’s agency improperly used state money for personal expenses and other expenses.MENDOCINANS ARE TAKING AN ACTIONIn a statement, the county said that it is aware of the investigations, and has begun taking steps to ensure that they do not impact the Mendocees future.
The statement added that the county is working with law enforcement to protect the Mendocyons farm.
The sheriff’s department said in a statement that it will cooperate fully with the investigation.
“It is not our place to comment on investigations that are ongoing,” the statement said.
“But, as always, the Mendozas family will work diligently to protect their children.”
More than half of California’s farmland is managed by the state or its departments.
The vast majority of the land is privately owned.
It’s also one of Californias biggest farming states, producing more than $16 trillion in food products last year, including milk, meat, eggs, fruit and vegetables.
The county said it would continue to cooperate with the investigations into the Mendogans, and will “fully cooperate” with any federal or state investigation into the farm.
Mendoza, the former Mendogons CEO, has denied any wrongdoing.
“If I were to say anything negative about anybody in any way, I’m just trying to do my job,” he told the Los Angelenos Weekly.
“I’m trying to be a good husband, a good father and a good person.
And I think I’m doing my job.”AAP/Karen Bleier