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38 Jackson St. will be the subject of a Dangerous Building hearing on October 19.

The Land Bank Authority has more Dangerous Building hearings scheduled in the month of October. 1 John St. and 21 Butler St., both in Springvale, and 38 Jackson St. in Sanford will be on the City Council’s agenda for its October 19 meeting.

With regard to the properties at the previous round of hearings, Ian Houseal, Sanford’s Director of Community Development, reported that he is still working on getting the abandoned car towed from 99 High St., as towing companies are all very busy right now. 28 Emery St. has been sold, and there is a rehab plan pending. He had no update on 18 Winter St. or 37 Montreal St.

Mr. Houseal said he is waiting for the wood at 199 Jagger Mill Rd. to rot a little bit longer to make it easier to pick up with a backhoe and haul to a disposal facility.

Another previous Dangerous Building, 10 Brook St., has been demolished and the lot is for sale. Mayor Anne-Marie Mastraccio said the contractor did a great job. The lot at 15 Grove St., where another building was demolished, has been sold to an abutter.

There was discussion about the property at 8 York St., whose owners appear to have several unregistered vehicles on the property in various states of being stripped or dismantled. The City has been issuing Notices of Violation to the owner since early 2019 for unlicensed salvage activity and for being an unlicensed junk yard, to no effect. The City Council will vote at its October 5 meeting on approval of further court action.

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