73.5 F
The Villages
Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Home in foreclosure owned by pair of dead Villagers turning into jungle after years of neglect

A home in foreclosure owned by a pair of dead Villagers is turning into a jungle after years of neglect.

The home at 804 Bolivar St. in the Village of Del Mar is owned by the Jeanne C. Hicks Trust and Edith C. Dinan Trust. It was previously the subject of a public hearing in 2020.

There was a complaint in 2020 about overgrown grass, bushes and weeds at this home at 804 Bolivar St. in The Villages.

The house was the subject of another public hearing on Wednesday before the Village Center Community Development District Board of Supervisors at Savannah Center.

A new complaint was received June 23 by Community Standards regarding overgrown bushes and shrubs.

Vegetation has taken over at this home at 804 Bolivar St.
Vegetation has taken over at this home at 804 Bolivar St. This photo was taken earlier this week.

Community Standards has reached out to the mortgage company and was told the property would be maintained. However, recent inspection confirmed that no maintenance had taken place.

The board granted seven days for the property to be brought into compliance. If it is not brought into compliance, a $150 fine will be imposed followed by $50 daily fines.

Biden’s dementia

A Village of Mallory Square resident admits he’s not a mental health doctor, but he maintains he has the ability to recognize symptoms of dementia. Read his Letter to the Editor.

It’s appears Putin has completely lost his mind

In a Letter to the Editor, a Village of Pennecamp resident offers the theory that Russia’s Vladimir Putin has completely lost his mind.

Check with BBB before booking passage with tour company

A Village of Mallory Square resident recommends checking with the Better Business Bureau before booking a trip with a tour company holding an expo later this week in The Villages.

Why aren’t gas stations lowering their prices?

In a Letter to the Editor, a Village of Amelia resident asks why gas stations in The Villages have not begun lowering their prices.

Educate yourself before complaining about young people in The Villages

In a Letter to the Editor, a Village of Pinellas man urges his fellow Villagers to educate themselves about the law before making wholesale complaints about young people in The Villages