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If it’s blighted, then why?

May 10, 2013

No one has argued that the blighted property program in Warren County, originally founded in 2008, hasn’t been successful. But there is still room for some tweaks....

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garypayton

May-15-13 6:12 PM

Sounds like creepy stalking to me. Did you take any pictures? Also, your last sentence doesn't make any sense.

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garypayton

May-14-13 1:32 PM

How can you tell what makes a guy "tick" by stalking his house? Creepy!

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MTOMTO

May-14-13 8:41 AM

Kick his tires? Take him out for a test drive?

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MTOMTO

May-13-13 1:38 PM

"Dubedit you should get together with the thugs and build your own perfect little town with perfect cars and perfect people."

The community of Stepford?

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garypayton

May-13-13 12:34 PM

Driving by his house?? Your problem sounds personal. Stay home and mow your yard.

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dubedit

May-11-13 9:20 AM

What idiots like sickofit don't get is that we live in COMMUNITIES. Crappy properties endanger neighbors (disease), emergency responders, etc. Sickofit's stupidity is enhanced by use of "thugs." How many property owners have been beaten? That's a "thug." Whereas owners of crappy properties are "slobs." Nobody OWNS property absolutely. We live in COMMUNITIES. Clean it up, you lazy bum.

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writer10

May-10-13 6:51 PM

I live in a very nice neighborhood, where everyone has taken great care of their properties, and then there is the eye sore of a slum lord who has let is property get to the point of being unlivable. Tell me how the people who want to rip this down are the bad guys. Glad to see it finally made the list, now just waiting for it to get torn down before funds run out to do so.

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MTOMTO

May-10-13 4:58 PM

Is "slug" better?

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garypayton

May-10-13 3:09 PM

Overuse of the word "thug" is a clear indicator of low-information opinion makers.

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garypayton

May-10-13 3:06 PM

As with any rights, property rights included, comes responsibilities. What about the property rights of the folks that have to live next to a blighted property? What about their property values? What about their quality of life??

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warrenpausa

May-10-13 8:17 AM

Pascuzzi should take a good look at his own town before concerning himself with other towns blight. Oh wait, maybe that's why he want the county to bear the cost of addressing blight.

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warrenpausa

May-10-13 8:10 AM

Reiterating that the process starts at the township level, Glotz said he is "asking that they (townships) be very clear to the property owner what the deficiencies are." How can you proceed without a professional opinion by a qualified inspector? this system is not uniform in any countywide manner. Why should the entire county be responsible for addressing a local township/boro problem. The county should do like they did with Farmington Township, let the local township or boro take care of the matter.

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