Saturday, August 22, 2015

Bishop gets temporary reprieve from demolition order

The attorney for the owner of a downtown building under a town demolition order won a postponement of an appeal hearing after he complained he hadn’t received the correct engineer’s report on the dilapidated Valley Street building.
http://www.rutlandherald.com/article/20150822/NEWS02/708229957

6 comments :

  1. these comments made by Bishops lawyer are just plain stupid and sound like they are coming from a spoiled child who isn't getting his way. this is just stalling, and not too intelligent stalling either. Get a life you two. Go up to the transfer station and smash glass bottles and leave the town of Springfield alone. You both should be ashamed the way you are acting

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  2. anon 2pm
    I SECOND THAT. BRAVO

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  3. i hope,Bishop has to pay the towns attorney fees,for all the time he's wasting

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  4. just make him live in it

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  5. which one of these house's does he own ?

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