VALLEY: David Lee Hoffman’s property in Lagunitas, two acres of technical innovation and architectural whim, has been placed under the control of a court-appointed receiver who is charged with deciding the fate of its dozens of structures.    David Briggs

Over a year ago, tea purveyor David Lee Hoffman’s property in Lagunitas was put under the control of a receiver, a lawyer appointed by a judge, to decide what to do with the dozens of unpermitted structures built over the last few decades. 

Since then, Mr. Hoffman has moved his business out of his home . . .

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