City invokes 'one-strike' ordinance on rental unit

Sep 15, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Citizens' Voice

Mark Moran / The Citizens' Voice Wilkes-Barre City Code Enforcement Officer Frank Kratz, left, and Mayor Tom Leighton post a closure notice for an apartment inside 216 Carlisle St. on Friday.

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silly rabbit

Riverton, NJ

#1 Sep 15, 2013
This is a dream of all renters of allentowns hovels that officials have granted CO's for there slumlordian constitchuants and for there rebuildable blight floppers¿

Allentown pa 2013
Palumpa for pa King
The Bigger Blue Drink
Were the public drinks in the same puddle they shit in because they are considered a Cancer¿
A-town Observer

Allentown, PA

#2 Sep 15, 2013
silly rabbit wrote:
This is a dream of all renters of allentowns hovels that officials have granted CO's for there slumlordian constitchuants and for there rebuildable blight floppers¿
Allentown pa 2013
Palumpa for pa King
The Bigger Blue Drink
Were the public drinks in the same puddle they shit in because they are considered a Cancer¿
Even when you try to spell correctly, you can't. Worry about fixing your p.o.s. hovel first before anyone elses. It should have already had an orange sticker on it. Blight is the definition of your property.
silly rabbit

Philadelphia, PA

#3 Sep 16, 2013
A-town Observer wrote:
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Even when you try to spell correctly, you can't. Worry about fixing your p.o.s. hovel first before anyone elses. It should have already had an orange sticker on it. Blight is the definition of your property.
Yep¿

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Since: Sep 07

Allentown, PA

#4 Sep 16, 2013
The bigger question is why has the mayor looked the other way up until now about the slum landlord problem. He looked the other way about this problem until he decided to run for higher office, that's why. But if you make a large campaign contribution to his govener's campaign he will continue to look th other way. Why, the scum that he has brought in to run his govener's campaign need to be paid.
silly rabbit

Philadelphia, PA

#5 Sep 17, 2013
We are Number One wrote:
The bigger question is why has the mayor looked the other way up until now about the slum landlord problem. He looked the other way about this problem until he decided to run for higher office, that's why. But if you make a large campaign contribution to his govener's campaign he will continue to look th other way. Why, the scum that he has brought in to run his govener's campaign need to be paid.
Yea and deconversion of slumlordian owned properties was in original campaign speaches in 2005¿

Allentown pa 2013 were we now drink were we shit under the palumpashitsky administration¿ Just many empty promises like all other carear poloticians¿

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