Saturday, December 17, 2016

Messy buildings nudged by town to clean up

The town of Springfield has sent a "courtesy letter" to the owners of five properties in town, warning them they face enforcement action unless they clean up the outside of their properties.

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5 comments :

  1. Been hearing a lot about Will Hunter and his properties lately. If four out of the five sloppiest ones in town are owned by him, maybe HE'S the problem!

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  2. Community Restoration Corp? is told to clean up? Name implies making the place better. sigh! One of those houses was GIVEN to him.

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  3. That IS too bad with Russ Warren died more than a year ago. He had children; clean up this house, sell the house or else give to town of Springfield VT.

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  4. It would take two people less than one hour to clean that. Hire me, I'll do it for $100.

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  5. That $100 might get the building clean, but it's $56 a yard to dispose of it at recycling-- better boost your price a bit!

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