Exterminators take on rats in Andover house
“It's a nice, clean neighborhood”
The first dead rat: The first step in restoring a condemned house in the upscale Andover Hill subdivision to what health officials consider livable condition.
Pest-control workers found the first dead rat yesterday at 861 Glen Abbey Circle as they put a low-concentration poison in 15 plastic bait-and-trap boxes inside and 10 more outside.
'I found one dead rat down in the basement,' said Chris Christensen, owner of Truly Nolen Pest Prevention. 'It had probably been dead awhile.'
He said the rat might have died from poison the Lexington-Fayette County health department placed around the property about two weeks ago. Christensen and his workers spent two hours Friday in the $250,000, two-story brick house. Read more
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#1 Mar 14, 2008
How the f**k are you gonna let a house get like that. and because so stupid f**ks let this happen the f**king health department has to waste time watching the g*dd*mn house. what a f**king joke.
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