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Blighted panel gets update

March 23, 2013

The Warren County Blighted Property Review Committee met Thursday and received an update on the Warren County Redevelopment Authority’s Tuesday meeting from RDA Chairman John Zavinski....

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Mar-23-13 11:06 AM

Veritas, then you go to the Conewango Township supervisors meeting and ask them to forward the status of the property to the blighted property committee. Or are you too lazy to do anything except flap your keyboard?

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Mar-23-13 11:05 AM

Blighted property invites diseases, poses threats to emergency responders, and drags down property values. You defenders of slobs think you are more important than your neighbors. You aren't. You think you own your property absolutely. You don't. You have to pay taxes on it. You have to keep it sanitary. I don't care if it is butt-ugly; that's your right. But you got no right to keep your stinky, smelly, falling down crap where it endangers me, my grandkids or other folks. You're slobs defending slobs. And you're losers. Do you slobs feel good at the end of the day when something catches fire and a firefighter is hurt or killed trying to put out the blaze? Dolts.

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Mar-23-13 10:26 AM

If a person can't keep their property looking neat, they should not own it. Nothing looks worse then to ride around and see a falling down building on someone's property. It's an attraction for kids, rats, and fire. I applauded Warren for doing this. Keep up the good work.

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