This home was recently torn down, with some new townhouses on the way. No notice was posted about the construction or tear down. Does anyone know about the laws for posting this information? Is the “Notice of Land-Use” only required for the construction, and not the tear down? Admittedly the home was an eye-sore, with most neighbors welcoming the demolition, however some questions remain about the process.
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Posted by: Matt Gasparich
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