Mobile home declared a nuisance

  • May. 26, 2014 4:00 p.m.

Port Clements has formally declared a mobile home at 6 Bayview Drive a nuisance, after spending months trying to contact the owner to repair the property. According to a report from administrator Kim Mushynsky, the village office began attempting to contact the owner last summer but he refused to accept registered letters from the village. He was finally served with papers at the end of October and has never responded. The mobile home is empty and is in a deteriorating state with broken windows and skirting. Council’s motion, approved May 20, declares the property a nuisance and formally orders the owner to remove the mobile home and all garbage and debris from the lot. If this doesn’t happen, the village will be able to carry out the work and charge the expense to the owner.

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