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Board moves forward on 2 blighted properties

January 22, 2014

The Warren County Redevelopment Authority is moving forward with taking control of one property through a conservatorship and looking at options for conservatorship or condemnation action at anothe....

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Carol49

Jan-22-14 3:39 PM

Re: 10 Railroad St Clarendon, I think it is atrocious that someone who has a blighted property can go to the Warren courthouse and place the said property in someone else's name. This seems like an invasion of a persons privacy and then when contacted no one responds to letters and or phone calls. This should be investigated. Your letters and phone calls are going to a person who is pretended to act on behalf of an elderly gentleman and you are being lead astray. The powers that be across this state are being contacted and they are at the very least willing to listen and take what is being told them. This property does NOT belong to her just because someone else falsely placed her name on it. Open your eyes, Blight Committee.

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PlayBall

Jan-22-14 2:32 PM

Yes, bjeep ~ That has to go!

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bjeep1983

Jan-22-14 10:15 AM

What about Beaty St?

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reader

Jan-22-14 10:10 AM

let's hire the guy from russell to take care of these blighted places.

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PlayBall

Jan-22-14 8:32 AM

Check out the garage.....Route 6/62 in Starbrick, north side of the 4-lane. Tear it down already!

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