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June 27, 2014


I just looked the address up on Google Maps. There are some fairly nice houses behind the property--I wouldn't be surprised if complaints came from there. The property in question looks like a nicely wooded area. We gotta get rid of THOSE trees for sure and put up a parking lot.

This house has been an eye soar to all who live around it and drive by. She continues to buy and bring more junk into the yard and house and I believe they have tried working with the daughter. No one should have to live around that squalor. The mothers disability has nothing to do with living in a pig pen.

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