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  1. Did Almena or Allison or Harris tell the inspectors that a number of people were living there?
    I don’t think it’s zoned for multi-family residential use nor for a commercial party venue. Charging money for admission to a party makes it a commercial endeavor. These weren’t personal friends coming to visit but members of the public paying to attend an advertised event.
    It’s unlikely that Allison told the visiting fire inspector that she & Harris were subletting to up to 25 people, with no building permits / inspections, much less residential occupancy permits.
    Harris & Allison probably tried hard to discourage officials from entering the premises.
    Was Almena sub-leasing to other occupants? Was that allowed according to his lease or did he violate the lease terms?