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Messy house - shabby looking outer appearance compared to all the other houses on the street which are well kept
Which end of Clark? Deming or Chapel?
Do you know the resident? Could just be an elderly or disabled person who needs some help.
The location is suspect there... I switched the map over to the hybrid version and zoomed in, and you can see a really large home with a tennis court at that location... now it's possible that this is the spot, but I'm not certain.
Hi, Doug, Since the map showed 117 Greenwood location, I drove the entire length of Greenwood. This is an upscale neighborhood that used to have "the pink house" nearby, but is now normal as they eventually had to sell and no one would want a Pepto Bismol colored house unless they worked for Mary Kay cosmetics. All houses looked very good.
Yesterday, I drove the entire span of Clark from Deming to Chapel. This is a mixed area of condos, older houses and newer houses, large and small. Most are pretty tidy. One house could do with less "stuff" in the yard, but it's not out of control. I've seen worse. MUCH worse!!
Is "shabby house" an appropriate category? Was under the impression that this site was mostly for traffic and safety problems (telephone poles, trees, pot holes, faulty lights etc) and not gripes about untidy yards etc. Correct me, if I'm wrong.
Hi Kathy... It looks like this issue was reported about a year ago so it's entirely possible that the property has been cleaned up since then... You're very kind for swinging by to take a peek at the neighborhood.
I think maybe it's time for the original poster (or any one of us I guess) to close this issue, unless she wants to chime in and let us know if there's something else to be done.
Mary are you still watching this issue?
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