By Mary Lynne Dahl
April 27, 2008
I realize that some of the buildings were derelict and did need to be removed but I also recall being told that the salvage that was being sold during the removal of buildings was a way to finance part of a plan for cleaning up the site. It does not look "cleaned up" to me; if fact, it looks worse than ever.
Haven't we had enough of this
farce? When the borough forecloses on Mr. Jenkins as it must
do on May 5, 2008, it also needs to inform him that this mess
needs to be removed and cleaned up totally, as promised. If not,
they can and should tack on the bill for cleaning up this mess,
to what he already owes and has not paid.
About: "A no-nonsense local resident who recognizes a scam when she sees it."
Received April 24, 2008 - Published April 27, 2008
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