Posts Tagged ‘Building condemnation’

Demolition and Code Enforcement Involving Historic Districts and Landmarks

Thursday, November 14th, 2013

You know the old Jones house down on 4th Street in the town’s historic district, don’t you? Well, it’s a real shame that it is in such bad shape. I remember when that house was right at the center of a very charming neighborhood. Now? Well, I hear that there is a realty company that […]

Nuisance Abatement and Local Governments: What a Mess

Thursday, June 16th, 2011

UPDATE September 2013:  Click here for the 2013 sequel to this blog. What is a public nuisance? A public nuisance is a condition or activity involving real property that amounts to an unreasonable interference with the health, safety, morals, or comfort of the community. Of course, for many of us a public nuisance may be […]