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Stephen says...there is a significant amount of trash disposal and rubbish directly adjacent to the Condominium's east wall. The trash and rubbish includes, but is not limited to the following: numerous motor vehicle tires, industrial sandbags, cinderblocks, disposed macadam, rotten and burnt pieces of wood, beams, railroad ties and several large pieces of plywood. Several large pieces of plywood are covering a sinkhole that is filled with freestanding water and the depth of the hole cannot be immediately determined. While the Township of Spring code enforcement officer was conducting a preliminary property maintenance inspection on January 8, 2014, he indicated that he heard there was an autistic child playing in this area and building a fort. Knowing that this area contains trash, rubbish, and a sinkhole filled with water should be extremely alarming. Due to this area's unsanitary and unsafe conditions, we have requested that this entire area be blocked off, marked with the appropriate posting(s), investigated, and remediated. Nothing has been done since the inspection to this area to date. The only request that codes enforcement made that day to the maintenance person at the condominium complex was to remove the tires. The maintenance person "John" claimed that this are was owned by the retirement village, "Penn's Crossing". I have concerns as to why the codes enforcement officer/sewage enforcement officer/zoning officer- would not know who owned this area. The maintenance person even communicated that when they tried to get the back hoe in that area to fix the sewer lines they could not. He holds all three positions so he should know who owns what, about the sewer lines and the problems in that specific area.
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