TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) – Brandi Quinn has lived in her home on Loch Lomond Avenue for more than 20 years.
She said the whole time she lived there, the house next door was a problem.
“We called the Toledo Police Department, we called the city council to try to get some sort of resolution to get this taken care of,” Quinn said.
And since the previous owner was removed, Quinn said the problem has escalated.
“It was condemned by the city, they put boards outside the house, and when she thought the ghost was clear, she removed the boards and she had snuck inside the house. house and had brought more things here.”
“It’s really scary, and it’s an eyesore. If there’s a bad-looking property in the neighborhood, it makes the neighborhood look bad, and if the neighborhood looks bad, it makes the neighborhood look bad. image of the city of Toledo. And we can’t have that,” Quinn said. “My husband called and they said they’d get someone out on May 28. As you can see with all the rain we’ve had, that grass is growing taller and taller.”
The city of Toledo told 13abc that the property had fines dating back to 2016 and that it had sent home inspectors multiple times.
As for the tall grass, the city said it was due to heavy rain and the sun.
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