The lady had big huge bushes covering her entire front yard. Then she also have a shield covering her front porch. This is Lakewood estates which they are required to keep lawn and tree bushes/branches to a minimum. There is all kinds of things in her front yard as well. At night there are possums and raccoons in her yard due to all of the trees and plants in front. You cant even see her address because the bushes covers everything. There is no other home allow to be keep this way and I will assume the same rules apply to her
This house is vacant, has been declared unfit because it is collapsing, and needs to be demolished before it falls down. What is the status, if any, of plans to demolish and what pressure is being put on the owners on Treasure Island to rid our neighborhood of this dangerous eyesore?
On 52nd Avenue South there are numerous landscaping vehicles including trucks with trailers parked on the side of the very narrow road. Can we put no parking signs up or another effort to ensure folks aren't storing their trucks there in a regular basis?
This dumpster was filed up yesterday, on Thursday, and is now sitting, overflowing, and will probably sit there all weekend. Neighbors would like it removed. House across the street has been unable to find a buyer because of the ongoing code violations, debris, messy lawn,smelly pool, mosquitoes and other eyesores at this property. Any efforts to sell the house this weekend will meet with the same problem.
Abandoned home is not being maintained, vegetation and trees are pushing fence down onto my property. The fence is just about to fall down, the planks are falling off one by one. There is poison ivy coming from that yard and I've already had to seek medical treatment twice due to this. The branches are also growing and interfering with the power lines. I'm not sure how else to handle the situation due to the property being abandoned and the fact that this is their fence making it their responsibility to maintain, repair or replace. Please advise. Thank you.